18 February 2014

Behind the scenes of a magazine shoot



Photo shoot Real Living magazine


Way back in November, well before thoughts of Christmas (I like to leave things to the last minute).. well I think it was November, at least somewhere in the past ... I received an email from a stylist at Real Living magazine - could I send some pieces over for a photo shoot? Hmmm I thought, do I want to do this? Why would I want to do this? I'm pretty busy... and who are you anyway?? Then the curious kicks in ... why not??? Generally (though at times a struggle), up for a new challenge I decided to go with it, gathered some pieces together, photographed them, emailed them, culled them, packaged the final selection, took a parcel to the post office and hoped the estimated delivery time would be the actual delivery time ... and only just made the deadline. A few months later, the photos have appeared in the March edition and I am suitably impressed, chuffed, rewarded. It's a small thing in the scheme of things but it's a happy experience seeing one's work taken on momentarily - displayed, companioned (a squiggly red line appears under this word so it seems I am making it up but nevertheless expresses exactly what I mean) with other work, which is perhaps the most interesting aspect of the whole experience... seeing one's work in context, in real life!





4 Comments:

Blogger Joanne said...

More awesomeness from the amazingly creative Ms Anthea. I love it!

22 February, 2014  
Blogger Anthea Carboni said...

Thanks Jo. I do like the styling - dark and exotic with grains of salt ... A touch messy and accidental

23 February, 2014  
Blogger Emma Seaton said...

Just shared your news on the WAFTA Facebook page. Loving the spots :)

24 February, 2014  
Blogger Anthea Carboni said...

Thanks Emma. Maybe need to explore spots on textiles!

24 February, 2014  

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