gypsie

Day 58: Mystery

And we continue with the carnival theme! These two are pictures where Jasmine and I interpreted a gypsy. We bought some black lace fabric at Hobby Lobby and played around. She has such nicely angled hair and positions her face in really interesting ways, so I had a number of close ups and different perspectives of this look. They felt so feminine to me that I wanted to share the rest with you this week for the theme.





Stay tuned for the rest this week! :)

"It is very easy to forgive others their mistakes. It takes more grit and gumption to forgive them for having witnessed your own." --Jessamyn West, pen pusher
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To participate in my 100 day challenge, submit your photo representing your interpretation of "feminine" and about a paragraph describing your interpretation to alejandra@imaginaledesign.com -- Read more about it here.

My I Heart Faces Challenge

I thought about writing something witty, or entertaining, or... you know, "cool." But, I'm not going to lie -- the fact that 18 mind blowing photographers will be looking at my photo leaves me speechless. Clearly not completely because I'm still typing, but you get the idea! Anyway... my fiance's sister and I get a little crazy with ideas and just start photographing and we did a Carnival theme shoot this past holiday (inside where it was warm of course :). My inspiration for this was an Indian-gypsie theme (what I would give to photograph an Indian wedding!). Though color may seem like a better option... something about creating it black and white made it just jump to me.





Go check out the other entries to see how many people REALLY put themselves out there! This was such an incredible experience... HI JOSE VILLA!!!