Tag: style

19
Oct

5 Inspirational Halloween Costume Ideas

It’s nearly Halloween, the holiday that we hate to admit that we love.

It’s time for spooky stories, weird decorations, and crazy costumes.

In the studio we love it when we get in some awesome costumes.

We get a number of really cool clothes in, from angelic tutus to swirling capes.

 

Travis design are one client who have come in over the years with a range of incredible costumes.

With everything from pirate outfits to unicorns, dragons and princesses, they have clothes to fit every child’s wildest dream.

We have even had a in a collection of cosplay costumes: Such as Xena the Warrior Princess outfits.

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13
Oct

Our Stylist Hannah has Hidden Depths

Our Stylist Hannah has Hidden Depths

Hannah is our stylist, what she cant do with a pair of pants probably isn’t worth knowing. Efficient and with an almost inhuman attention to detail there is no one in the world we would rather entrust our studio styling needs.

Hannah has more than just style though…

A self-professed creative, Hannah is an artist. Though being a conventional artist seems to lack a certain lustre for her.

She is a Make Up Artist (MUA). So, we endeavoured to find out a little more.

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13
Oct

Bonsoir of London

Bonsoir of London came to us the other week with an Emergency. They needed their range of luxury nightwear to be shot, and they needed it now!

They were established in 1926, an era that celebrated the cocktail pyjama, where fashionable hosts entertained guests in their luxury loungewear, and they’ve been going strong ever since.

 

Bonsoir celebrates this timeless elegance, offering stylish designs carefully tailored to the highest standard using the finest quality fabrics, to ensure durability and exceptional comfort.

Their philosophy is one of exceptional quality, style and comfort.
When coming to capture these garments and properly expose them as the high end products they are, it takes a high quality of photography. So when they found us at Ushoot they were quite pleased.

170 items to be shot, using our new ModelShoot service as well as our product photography, and all in three to four days.
The gauntlet was laid down and we bent to pick it up.

We quickly discovered the difficulties of shooting these garments. Brushed cotton and silk creased quickly and easily meaning constant re-ironing. Plus capturing the garments in a manner that really showed the quality of the materials and the tailoring created new hardships.

We persevered, and our obstinence in the face of impending frustration was rewarded with done.