This couples shoot is a beautiful example of how to do this type of shoot really well. The stylist first interviewed this real couple to get to know more about them. What she learned allowed her to create a space where they were able to relax and give beautiful authentic movements.
From the photographer:
There were so many things about this shoot that made an impression on me, especially the beautiful way the stylist created a story through the details. The space felt so lived in and was a reflection of the couple to the smallest detail. The scene felt like a perfectly slow morning of waking up together. Each couple has their own rhythm, and it was a privilege to have a glimpse into Alex and Leah’s. I found myself reflecting on the intimacy people share in those first moments of the morning and it was something I sought to convey with each frame. It was a truly beautiful experience!
Photography Sara Weir | Styling Ginny Au | Photography Workshop Loom Workshop | Loom Team Kaila Rawson, Tess Comrie, Tara Spencer, Emma Natter, Lauren Kurc, Sara Dunham | Workshop Sponsors Frou Frou Chic, August Linen, Promptly Journals | Venue Widbey Island
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