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Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Casting 3 - 7:49pm

I love this young lady - such a natural smile, those eyes will come right through the camera.
I will be using a "real girl" that I shot on the street recently to mix in with the models. I did a prep shot of her today that I will post tomorrow morning.
After casting I walked around the area close to the studio we will be using as a base.

The trick for this shoot is that ,as an October issue, I will have to find locations that feel like New York - energetic, hard-edge and colorful - but that don't show too much summer color and trees in full bloom in the background.

The locations will also have to be close enough that the model doesn't have to walk very far in her full Fall wardrobe,

Comments on "Casting 3 - 7:49pm"


Blogger Carolina Lange said ... (8:04 PM) : 

She is so beautiful, her hair is fantastic! Love her smile too! That place of the last photo has a great mixture os colors!


Anonymous Miss Stylologist said ... (8:12 PM) : 

This is so exciting! just keeps getting better and better. I look forward to the issue, however, I am even more excited about all the background work. Thanks for taking us along!


Blogger Secret Agent said ... (8:17 PM) : 

Pictures look really good. I really like the model and the picture of the graffiti wall. Nice, I look forward to finding you while I'm in New York in August.


Blogger vintagent said ... (9:00 PM) : 

If I had occasion to converse with any one of those young women, I'd probably melt into a puddle. So lovely, so young! I must be getting old. I look forward to more pix of your shoot; thanks for taking us for the ride.


Anonymous girl from hong kong said ... (9:25 PM) : 

Thanks so much Sart for giving us this glimpse into your work!


Blogger Fashion Weakley said ... (9:26 PM) : 

Oh Sart. How fun! Good for you. Every lucky girl who's graced this blog must have caught her breath when they read "real girl"...I know I did:) Good luck. Can't wait to see the outcome.


Blogger aj said ... (9:40 PM) : 

mr sartorialist, sir, you have the best job of life. and you're the best at it :) i love every picture!


Blogger a lady said ... (9:50 PM) : 

my money's on andrea. she's the only new yorker you've shot who could pass for a model...


Blogger anna e. pollock said ... (10:24 PM) : 

What is the opposite of a "real" girl?


Blogger Candid Cool said ... (11:37 PM) : 

I love her pleated blouse.

The location with the grafitti & yellow (not sure what that is) & the barber shop look cool.


Blogger Kits said ... (1:02 AM) : 

She has a gorgeous smile...agreement on this :D


Blogger Belinda said ... (2:25 AM) : 

This young lady is lovely. She looks so fresh, natural and happy. But I fear that your shoot - like 99% of fashion shoots - will have her looking nonchalant and wistful, which would be a shame.

Thanks for the insight into the workings of a casting - I love behind the scenes views - and congratulations on getting the job! Well deserved ;o)


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:23 AM) : 

snocI such a myth that models are plain and boring and uninteresting, just because they look beatuiful, they must not have anything else to offer?! (Some commented that on the first pictures of models) Models comes with all different backgrounds. Some are illiterate because they're so young, some just because they're country/family are poor. But some of them are smart and becomes doctors, biotechnicians, photographers, writers, designers etc. after modeling. Models might know exatctly what they want to do after modelling, and look at modelling as a great opportunity to see the world, grow up, experince a different life. Who wouldn't take that chance if offered?!
There are uninteresting people everywhere, it's not exclusive to models.

Best regards A model


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:10 AM) : 

oh she is soo pretty, but she looks a little bit.. old. not old - old, but older..? my personal oppinion is the two in the first post. but hey, they are all gorgeous girls


Blogger Ellen SB said ... (5:44 AM) : 

Beautiful girl!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:27 AM) : 

Very seventies.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:41 AM) : 

This is great, Sart, and I'm so glad you have this opportunity! And may I just say that the outfit Kelly showed up in is fantastic? So many young women claim to be interested in "vintage." Then they all show up in exactly the same sort of "vintage" -- the same 70s-80s poly dresses, cone-heeled peep-toe shoes, etc. I mean, it's OK, it's cool -- but who ever thinks to wear spectator shoes? Fantastic! And the bakelite, or bakelite-type, bangles...I know they're hot right now, but you don't see people wearing interesting ones, like these. And is that a giant beetle ring she's got on? Anyway, I'm sure you'll be able to capture her innate style in the shoot. Have fun!


Anonymous cecilia said ... (10:44 AM) : 

she's a pretty girl! nice photo


Anonymous Tomás said ... (12:45 PM) : 

Nice girl, she is beautiful and sees to be very calm by the way, I think she is not very old, maybe 16, 17 yrs old.
But anyway, nice girl and beautiful place, gongratulations.


Blogger AnastasiaC said ... (9:15 AM) : 

great face...does she have freckles? love that!
the locations look great too - cant wait to see it in the mag!


Blogger Jeisa said ... (7:29 AM) : 

She is beautiful and charming!
I'm being jealous of her hair...:):):)


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