Jisel Lynn Bunny Shoot Teaser

Studio V Photography, Toronto glamour Photographer. Hey guys here is a sexy teaser. You're welcome! Get ready this is just a one shot teaser from a shoot I did with the beautiful Jisel Lynn. She's a stunning half Puerto Rican half Indian model. She's kinda the best of both worlds and so much fun to shoot. I met her last year while shooting in Miami and now our paths crossed again up here in Canada. Go figure. The photo set looks really hot and it's going to be featured in an upcoming issue of VX2 Magazine. Stay tuned for that announcement. I can't wait to get these shots out there. I'm sure fans of her work and my work are going to love them. 

There is a behind the scenes story saved on my Instagram. Follow me there to check it out. @Studiov14

Jungle Andy

What do you do when you find yourself in the jungle with a gorgeous model? Well you shoot pictures of her that's what! hahahaha. Well if you're Studio V Photography that's the first thing you do. I was shooting down in the Caribbean and I brought Andy with me as an assistant. It's always handy to have a little help when shooting on a location in the middle of nowhere. Andy's always experimenting with things and doodling and coming up with cool ideas. That's probably why I loved having her around. It is fun to be around likeminded individuals. That's the trouble with having a creative state of mind, you're always seeking other creatives to interact with. Everyone else is just to Plain-Jane. But back to the story, this was just a little impromptu shoot for fun while we were in the jungle waiting for the models to get themselves ready. We wanted to experiment with this tassel thing that Andy brought. See what we could come up with and if we wanted to use it for a shoot concept. Having an assistant who's a creative and also a model, Double Rainbow! hahaha. If you got that reference I know you're laughing. 

Have a bootyfull day

Exciting times here at Studio V. So many things moving and shaking both literally and figuratively haven't had time to keep up with the blog. Lots of projects on the go including a bunch of upcoming magazine publications and cover, a really cool top secret project announcement on the way and next week I'm shooting Canadian hottie and Playboy superstar Charlie Riina on half a million dollar speedboat. vroooooommmmmm. It's going to be so amazing.  

Lot's of positive things happening here. Gotta stay focused and keep the good vibes rolling. Hope you all enjoy Playboy model Laura Christie's bootyfull booty. How could you not have a good day now. ;P  

Melissa

Here are some images from a Playboy submission shoot with Melissa. I first shot her back in 2008 and we've developed an awesome friendship over the years. Whenever she calls me looking to book a shoot I'm totally excited to work with her again. We always have good laughs, good conversation and get amazing shots together. 

Elizabeth Sabrina

Here is a set of unplanned photos. I was getting ready to shoot the beautiful Elizabeth Sabrina who had flown all the way to form Calgary to work with me. I had my camera setup and ready to go but I had the urge to experiment and pulled out my iPhone and started playing. These images were shot with an iPhone 4 and edited in photoshop. 

If there is one thing that can be said about Photography as a craft it's that there is a lifetime of knowledge to be learned. So don't hesitate to experiment because that's where the real learning happens. Courses and workshops are great but that's all second hand information. The deepest most effective way to grow comes from experiencing and leaning on your own. Whenever you have a moment, even if you're shooting something as simple as sunlight shining through a window onto a wall, or a fire hydrant on the street, take that opportunity to play with your camera. To be a good photographer you have to fall in love with photography. If you only pull out your camera when you have a photo shoot than you're limiting your growth. You should have your camera with you all the time and make time to play and learn by shooting whatever you feel.