Set square

Today (because I like to keep you guessing): some images by the wonderful Paul Jefferey (I think this was our fifth shoot together) taken in a working woodworker’s workshop… Despite all the ‘work’ in that last sentence, we had lots of fun making use of various things we found in there and I think Paul wished he’d booked more time as we had plenty we still wanted to try.

So cool to mess around in different settings and locations. I love it when people put a very classical figure (moi) against something rather unexpected!

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By the way, in the last shots I’m wearing a dress my Mum made herself from scratch in the 70s. It’s full length and fits me perfectly. 🙂

5 thoughts on “Set square

  1. Your hands!!! Where did you learn to pose them? Classical paintings? Sorry for my English, I’m writing from Monterrey, Mexico.

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  2. Bonjour Ella Rose. C’est toujours avec beaucoup de plaisir que je dĂ©couvre tes nouveaux shootings. Je suis vraiment très très content de mettre abonnĂ© Ă  ton site. Merci pour ce partage dĂ©licieux. FĂ©licitations pour ce travail ou Ă©motions, sensualitĂ© et beautĂ© du modèle donnent une image pure et fascinante Ă  la photographie. Bon week-end Ă  toi.

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  3. Your English is perfect. I didn’t know my hands were such a striking feature in these images! I am a trained dancer and naturally care about the placement of hands. I think it can make a huge difference in imagery.

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