Most of my most treasured photographs I’ve created thus far have been the products of utter spontaneity. Well, partially, anyways. Allow me to explain.

Most of my most treasured photographs I’ve created thus far have been the products of utter spontaneity. Well, partially, anyways.
Allow me to explain.
Unlike nature photography where not much can be pre-meditated, conceptual photography requires a sense of planning in order to convey the desired message.  Couple that with the elements that you can’t control (weather, lighting, location, to some degree) and conceptual photography comes into an interesting domain in which the artist is constantly trying to battle vision with their said conditions for that moment. This is where aspects such as wardrobe become pivotal. I find myself dressing in terms of photographic quality all the time now-- not only as a style blogger, but for the conceptual photographer that is always on call. Silhouettes, movement, texture-- take heed, folks!

This is where the pictured Khara Kapas dress was a godsend during this last minute shoot, whose minimalistic aesthetic allied with pleated movement goodness truly helped create the piece above.
See another feature with a Khara Kapas piece here, slaying the realms of print, silhouette, and structure. The photos in this post was part of a photo meet up who's behind the scenes you can see here: Dreamers of the Golden Dream.







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