Photographer's Assistant | The Good / by Poppy Hunter

The second shoot I assisted on was for the Financial Review Magazine and was shot by photographer Harold David.

 "As if by magic, the 1930s meets nautical meets surreal..."

"As if by magic, the 1930s meets nautical meets surreal..."

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 Shooting the female model

Shooting the female model

Harold David knew exactly what he wanted. He also used only natural light including direct sun in a couple of the shots. This meant the days shooting went by very quickly, there was no fluffing around, it was just straight to the point.

 Shooting the male model

Shooting the male model

Henrique Fanti was editing the photos as they were coming through so they could see if they got the shot the wanted and see what the final publication might look like.

 Just under the sand was two wooden planks so her heels didn't sink into the sand!

Just under the sand was two wooden planks so her heels didn't sink into the sand!

 Her face in this image has being edited on from a different photo!

Her face in this image has being edited on from a different photo!

According to Henrique Fanti (who had been on both shoots with me) this was the smoothest and best kind of shoot to experience, so I can safely say I've experienced the best and the worst!

 The final shots from the day (not the final edits though)

The final shots from the day (not the final edits though)