“This photo session is all about the location. This is a favorite location of mine, but after hearing the news of a fire there I went out to see which areas were affected.
I was instantly amazed at how beautiful it looked! I couldn’t wait to shoot in the charred areas. A friend (Edi Valcheva) and I had been talking about doing a shoot together, and I knew this spot would be perfect.
I’ve always been a fan of all types of music, and I feel music heals all wounds. Seeing the charred forest, I envisioned a model playing an instrument in the rubble.
The story then started to form in my mind – everything around her is destroyed but she still has her music, and from the rubble comes new life, light and hope.
Together Edi and I brought all of the elements together for a wonderful creative shoot.”
Suzy’s Photography Tip:
My photography tip would be do scout out interesting locations. Find something unique, something that can tell a story whether it be something creative or a location special to your client.
Suzy used a Canon 6D with a Canon 70-200 II lens to capture these images.
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