NYC Workshop 2017

Behind the scenes of Emily Soto’s NYC Photography Workshop May 6+7 2017

Stylist: Lex Robinson | Makeup Artist: Alyssa Lorraine | Hair Stylist: Tiffany Reeder | Assistants Zach Alston, Daphne Cebek, and Michael Kuykendall

Behind the scenes photos by Daphne Cebek

Registration NOW OPEN for second NYC Workshop | Dates: Oct. 7 +8 @ EmilySotoWorkshops.com

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NYC Workshop

Photos and Behind the Scenes from my NYC Workshop

Styling by Julia Morris | Makeup by Alyssa Lorraine | Hair by Andrita Renee | Models Elizabeth and Joanna at Re:Quest Models | Designer Allan Virgo | Assistants Daphne Cebek and Julian Navarette

Special Thanks to the following:

Lighting: Mola Demi Beauty Dish | Westcott Skylux and Rapid Box | Backdrop “Eleanor” available at Seamless PhotoLomography Petzval Lens | Film Impossible Project

Processed with Fashion Actions “Fashion Skin Pro” + “Jade” available at www.FashionActions.com

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Behind the scenes photos by Daphne Cebek

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Impossible Project Berlin

Thanks to Impossible Project for inviting me to Berlin to test out the new 8×10 color and Black and White Gen 2.0 film, I absolutely love it!  Excited to share more work with it soon!

Special thanks to photographer Oliver Blohm, hat designer Fiona Bennett, model Esther and the entire team at Impossible Berlin for a wonderful shoot and even greater experience. Below are some photos and behind the scenes from the day.

Leave a comment below to let us know how you like the film!

Behind the Scenes images processed with Lightroom Preset “ALICE” available at www.FashionActions.com

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Abigail’s Garden shot with Impossible Film

 

Thrifty Hunter Magazine | Styist Yanina Nikitina | Designers Chantal MallettCahide Bodur and Uma Kangai | Makeup Emily Rebekah | Hair Andy Dowall | Model Abigail at La Moda Models England

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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