Monday, July 4, 2011
How old did you think the girl in the picture above is? Well, this is her favorite picture and the reason for that I think is because this picture makes her look 5 years older than she actually is. This session was for Johanna Monserrat for her 15th birthday. Girls that age normally want to look older. She will change her mind later, I´m sure.
Here are some pics from her session. Enjoy!
Monday, September 6, 2010
Well, the time came and we finally had our first workshop of the series. In this first workshop we covered the basic foundations of photography. I personally had a wonderful time with my students and I know for sure that they did too.
In this first Blackout, we covered the history of photography, we explained the photographic phenomena, processes, inventors all the way since photogenic drawings... We landed on the world of digital photography and had lots of fun with a ton of different exercises.
I let you here some pictures of the workshop, sorry we didnt take more pictures of the workshop itself since we focused on the exercises (The first photo of this very post was an excercise...)
Next weekend our workshop will be Essential Techniques. We will be taking tons of pictures around Valle Oriente here in monterrey, more info?
Posted by Joe Alanís at 9:39 AM
Thursday, August 12, 2010
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
This photo session was produced a while ago, but I came back to it since I wanted to re-visit the pictures giving them that vintage poster look for a little something I'm putting together.
Let me know what you think of these. Enjoy!
This red dress was a courtesy of Jacobo Borge.
Posted by Joe Alanís at 10:24 AM
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
|Today in the middle of one of the most complicated sessions ever performed, my crew and I saw the light after the shots, and this extremely professional model, Sergio Blizzard, not ever complaining for the extreme lighting, the hot sun or even the rain (it rained, you can see it in the last picture) made all of us wonder: Why didn't we plan on focusing the session on just one model?|
That is exactly what we ended up doing and we don't regret this at all. Here you can see the work we did in the sessions.
Thanks for all who made this session possible: Merry Alanís, Zally Alanís, Jess Maldonado and of course Lilli Escobar.
Posted by Joe Alanís at 10:10 PM