When you work as a photographer, all of your friends think that you only do glamor stuff and photo shoots in spectacular locations with models running around half naked.
While you actually spend 90% of your time on your computer, either processing and editing photos or videos, social-networking, quoting or invoicing clients etc…
But 90% in the office means you still have those 10% shooting on location somewhere.
And if you play your cards right, that 10% can be worth the wait.
Yesterday was a “10%” day.
I got to collaborate with Jennifer Williams and Kelly Trerise and a bunch of models (and yes, they where running around half naked…) and we were shooting at the 54th floor of the tallest building in Vancouver, the Shangri-la.
If you’re not familiar with Jennifer and Kelly’s work, check them out, if you’re a woman, be sure to book yourself a boudoir session with them, I can assure you you won’t regret it.
I’ll tell you more about the actual reason I was on set yesterday very soon, when I can show you the result of my hard work. (Yes, it was fun but we still shot for 12 hours straight.)
In the mean time, here is a photo of what we had to work with all day.
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