Sunday, December 20, 2009

jimmie again

Yesterday, I photographed Jimmie Deeghan again. This time we had more direction and I'm so pleased with how these turned out. I'm actually super excited about these. I had a hard time choosing which to post. There are so many more.


We started out at my loft. I love window light and instead of busting out the lighting equipment, I took advantage of the nice light coming in. Jimmie had the brilliant idea to create a sign with the name of his album and it's release date. So before photos, we had an arts and crafts hour. Or rather he did. I contributed to the number "2"'s since he writes those loopy two's.


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He looks like Michael C. Hall (guy who plays Dexter Morgan in the show, Dexter) especially with the red paint and the white shirt.

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We snuck into the Bean building on Cedar St. to get these shots. Thanks Chris VanWyck for the idea to shoot there! The building was a little creepy, but it was the perfect location.

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6 comments:

Jasmine said...

Aw I love your photos! They came out lovely! I'm starting to get into photography too! Being behind a camera truly is one of the best feelings, for me at least. I am thinking about making it my career! But I don't really know how to go about getting into the business and things. Please stop by my blog and give me some tips (:

Annie, Time Enough for Drums said...

Your photos are beautiful. And, I love Dexter... Annie.

Victoire said...

These shots are absolutely amazing! i love the ones in the "creepy" location. and the finger writing looks fun hehe

ellevictoire

Sophia said...

Wow, that is a good looking man. And beautiful photography. All around awesome shots!

...on the brink of something beautiful said...

oh my gosh, youre totally right about him looking like michael c. moore. thats awesome!!!!!
lovely pictures and model! :)
-kellie

Priscilla Francine Makeup said...

I like the paint for props good idea!!!!!!!! I may steal your fabulous idea, me and my husband just got the Nikon D7000 I can't wait to learn how to use it.

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