If the first half of the photo shoot was chaos, the second half was a lot of hurry up and wait.
Eventually all the hair and make up people were done with their part, which left models and designers queuing up for their time in front of the camera. When you have 26 designers showing two looks each, you have to expect things to get a little behind schedule–hey, the good stuff takes time.
With about 18 designs left to shoot we headed down into the basement. This part of the building hasn’t been renovated yet, which means lots of raw brick and industrial looking areas to shoot in–at least once we found a place to plug in the lights.
here’s what impressed me: even after dozens of models and outfits, Scott kept finding different angles and spaces to shoot. Seriously, I can’t wait to see the finished shots. FYI: these photos are used in the catalog give to every Fashion Show ticket holder. Do you have your tickets yet?
The CCAD Fashion Show is an annual fundraising event that showcases the talent of graduating Columbus College of Art & Design Fashion Design Seniors. This popular event sells out every year and this blog is a portal through which to view the behind-the-scenes goings on.