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Sand colour

This time, it was my intention to make the model's skin tone look like the colour of sand by the ocean. I wanted to create a dry and worn out feeling while remaining edgy and fashionable.
I still need to figure out a way to lessen the information in the mid range colour tones so that the image looks more graphical. Nevertheless, I am grateful to have been able to try out this new method thanks to great team work by Sher (MUA), Uno (Hair), and Michelle (Stylist).

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Recent work

The other day, I had the opportunity to work with Keltie who temporarily in Toronto to build her book before heading back to New York.
It was a breeze styling her this time as she already had a unique look and strong features.
When it comes to my editing process, I started colour grading in the raw stage this time instead of doing it later on in Photoshop.
In my opinion, you can achieve a more unique colour result since there's more information to manipulate in the raw format ;)

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Stanley Park

The other day, we had a location shoot in Stanley Park. I was fighting with lots of insects during photoshoot....haha.

We had a great opportunity to work with Jordanna Leah, a local fashion designer. Thanks to Isla Hughes, the model (John Casablancas International) and our great styling team of Tracey Le, the MUA, Katie Webster, the hair stylist, and Michelle Davis, the wardrobe stylist.

Please check out the whole editorial in my gallery :)

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