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Editorial Shoot: Seth

I hope you enjoyed your Labor Day weekend!  I spent my holiday editing Seth’s shoot, which did not feel like work at all!  Thanks again to Saadia Me’Chel for asking me to assist her on an editorial shoot she set up with Seth, an aspiring model.  I had a blast working with Seth and am excited to share these images I captured.

Like most models, Seth brought a couple of different shirts to get a number of “looks” out of the shoot.  So, halfway through the shoot, we took the opportunity to get a few shots of Seth sans shirt.  This is one of my favorites.

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One of the great things about the location that Saadia chose was the number of different areas in which to shoot.  A handsome model + a great location = killer images!

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I love the industrial feel that this metal staircase and the abandoned garage give.  They worked perfectly with Seth’s look.

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During any photo shoot, I always try to find interesting angles and creative shots.  I love shooting through things, like these leaves.

When is the last time that you saw a phone booth?!  Do you remember when you could make a call for a dime?  Um…yeah…me neither.

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I’ll leave you with my last two favorite images from the day.

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Seth, it was great working with you!  I can’t wait to see you in magazines or on billboards!

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  • Daphne Channel - Love the pics, one of my favorites is the first picture when he is in the phone booth….and yes I do remember when you can make call for a dime. there is one phone booth in particular I remember using often. But hey…I have always be a phone person.ReplyCancel

  • BernettaStyle - He is handsome! Why did I lead off with that! LOL
    But these are very nice pictures. I am trying to get new intersting poses for my son. He is 7 but I don’t like how he stands and poses when its time for a picture. I want natural look like these! Great job.ReplyCancel

    • Kimberly Murray - Thanks, Bernetta! People of all ages often have a hard time figuring out how to pose without looking and feeling awkward. My tricks typically involve catching them in the midst of a natural interaction or pose. During a shoot with an adult, you will frequently here me say, “stay there” or “don’t move.” Kids can be a little tricky though. Your comment makes me realize that I should develop a Pinterest board or blog post about posing. I’ll let you know when it is ready!ReplyCancel

  • Katherine Gilbert - These pictures are gorgeous!!! I absolutely love them!!! Seth looks great!$ReplyCancel

  • Petronella - Love the angles & the crispness of the photos! Well done!ReplyCancel

  • Natarsha N. Wright - Love the captures! ReplyCancel

  • Saadia Me'Chel - Love these Kimberly! It’s interesting to see the different angles you got even though we were shooting the exact same thing. I look forward to seeing more editorial work from you in the future.ReplyCancel

  • Kimberly Murray - That phone booth pic is one of my favorites, too! I love his body language. I’m glad I’m not the only one who is old enough to remember when you had to search out a phone and didn’t have one right in your pocket…ReplyCancel

  • Kimberly Murray - Thanks, Natarsha!
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  • Kimberly Murray - Thanks, Katherine!ReplyCancel

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