“The Emergents” | Paper Magazine

“The Emergents” with models Meredith Mickelson and Bella Harris for PaperMagazine.com | Stylist Andrew Gelwicks | Makeup Aliana Lopez | Hair Rubi Jones | Set Design Tabitha Pease

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Practical Photography Magazine

Interview for the November issue of Practical Photography Magazine on newsstands now in the UK!

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Photo Credits:

Top & Bottom Top Right Image: Model Makaela Maran | Styling Fiori Couture | Makeup Kim Young | Hair Kalia White

Middle Image: Model Carmen Obied | Styling Yanina Nikitina | Makeup/Hair Julia Wren | Gown Fabryan London

Bottom Left Two Images: Model Nati at Marilyn | Designer/Stylist Alex London | Makeup/Hair Anny Chow

Bottom Right Image: Model Alexia shot with Impossible Film | Styling Fiori Couture | Makeup Caroline Madison

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Impossible Project Instant Lab

Yesterday I attended the Impossible Project NYC store party and was able to pick up the Impossible Project Instant Lab which creates polaroids using photos from your iPhone.  Today I enjoyed trying it out using some digital images from one of my favorite shoots with Karsyn Bartruff. I really like the results that it gives and the fact that I am able to choose the images I scan creating consistency to photography stories.  Today I used the Instant Film B&W and am excited to try out the color with the Instant Lab in the near future!  I have not blogged this (digital) series yet however you can view some of the images posted as digital files on my Facebook Page.  As most of you know I shoot with The Impossible Project film quite often and love the results.  There is something magical about snapping a polaroid and waiting for it to develop to see your results, however with the Instant Lab you are guaranteed a nice image as you already know what the result will be similar to.  That being said, I am trying to decide what method I prefer as there are benefits to both.  What do you all think?  Would love to see your comments below!© Emily Soto© Emily Soto© Emily Soto© Emily Soto

The Queens Demise

 

“The Queens Demise” for Coco Mag | Model Makaela Maran | Makeup Kim Young | Hair Kalia White | Stylist/Designer Susan Lafica at Fiori Couture and Sicilian Gypsy | Props/Set Designer Forever Young Parties and Events 

 

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