A location shoot can be both exciting and worrisome for a photographer, especially when the location is seven time zones away from home. Alot of money and people's time are riding on getting the images, and despite all the extensive prior planning and detailed preparation, it can be very hard to shake the worry that you missed something.
As I wrote in my previous blog about this shoot, Living and Shooting in Splendor..., the amount of time spent on preparation for the shoot was the key and we created excellent work. Working with a quality group of people will always help make a project more successful and enjoyable. Here is a look at some of the image captures we were able to create.
Taken on the bedroom balcony.
We arrived at this location by water taxi the evening prior, being dropped off at our door on the canal seen here. Anyone who has visited Venice knows how everything moves around the city by boat or by foot. Choosing to ride in style right to our door was both a glamorous introduction to the city's lights and so much easier considering all of the equipment and wardrobe we had with us.
Untitled by Von Trapp Photography 2015Venice Fashion Glamour Shoot. The alleyways around the Palazzo Ca Zen in Northern Venice acted as a set-location for Von Trapp Photography's fashion shoot with Nicole.
The alleyways became our set locations.
Striking a pose on a canal bridge.
Nicole in a sexy fashion pose.
Evening sun by Von Trapp Photography 2015The setting sun created a lovely light for this fashion photograph in Venice Italy. Evening approaches as Nicole poses on the bedroom balcony.
Please have a look at part #1 about the planning and preparation for this shoot and the start of shooting on the first day, and more images in part 3. Also follow Von Trapp Photography on Facebook as we get ready for a visit to Prague for another shoot in May 2016.