I just finished up another floating Lolita photo shoot. This time it was with Olivia Rivera.
We met up around 4:00PM and headed out to Griffith park of course (last time, I promise).
Olivia and I had scheduled this photo shoot well beforehand, which gave us the opportunity to collaborate on ideas for the day we would get together and shoot, which worked out very well because we had time to plan out everything. Olivia took the initiative to find, buy, and make props and coordinate pieces specifically for this shoot, which included a custom made capelet, and super huge chiffon scarf. The scarf made most of these compositions what they are. Olivia outdid herself, and I’m very happy with the results of her hard work and talent.
This shoot, just like the last one, was done using only natural lighting with the help of a silver reflector (assistant included). Thanks again Darwin. We also received much help from the most professional fabric tosser on the west coast, Salem. We had a magical team that day. (even a unicorn showed up). Below are some behind the scenes shots along side the final images.
We floated for two and a half hours! Much more than my photo shoots usually last but Olivia was a trooper, and very committed. She was sore the next day however (floating Loli is physically demanding).
^^ We were totally twinning that day.
I want to thank Olivia for being a great sport and model. Check out her work at http://lemontree11.tumblr.com/
Also, see all my floating Loli’s here -> http://www.laphotonet.com/p112487440
More updates on Loli’s will be coming near the end of May. Stay tuned.