With my own two eyes, I am able to see the potential, but I wanted to make sure that it translated to camera. Brianna has exaggerated and oddly shaped head and facial features, making it uncertain how well her face translates on camera. We found a turtle neck dress at H&M that seemed like it could work so we paid for it, but you BEST BELIEVE that we returnin' that thang this week fo' a full refund. Know that, Believe That, TRUST IN DAT!
After getting the dress, we took her to a friends house to do some make up and before we knew it, it was freaking 10:30 PM. Not an ideal time to start setting up lights and a background for a photoshoot. But..When Brianna came out of the bathroom with her makeup and outfit on, I knew the hassle would be worth it in end. The shoot itself was a bit difficult, being that I lost the outward white diffuser to my softbox and tried using a bedsheet to soften the light instead. Despite these issues, there were shots that I was happy about. These pictures have some minor facial retouching (in terms of blemish removal and makeup restoration), as well as slight liquification to the waist-line. I hope you enjoy the pictures and livin' the NYC life while I wallow here in Chicago, trying to collect money on the street.