Posted on 10th February 2019 at 17:29
Today was another voyage of adventure into the weird and wonderful world of the photography studio.
We were shooting images of some beautiful flowergirl and first communion dresses which are about to go on sale.
As I open the door to the studio I never know what I am going to see. This time, hanging just inside the door, were once again the bloodied T-shirts, well, I say bloodied but we're actually talking paint (you guessed, right?). Who knows why they're there, but this studio doubles as a film/TV/advertising and general media studio so it's fun speculating.
There's more than enough eclectic furniture for an antique shop akin to Mr Gruber's shop in Paddington, with some gorgeous Chesterfield settees for waiting models, Mums and Grandmas. Interesting trunks and blanket boxes call to the curious but I've never been so bold as to to take a look. I suspect they may be troves of treasure....who knows.
We had great fun filming with the little chap in the image as the studio has a cyclorama wall (impressed, you should be, but I confess I looked it up). This is an infinity curve at the base of the studio wall. Great fun for rolling a ball up and down. You can see our model watching the ball come towards him.
Can't wait for our next visit!