So I’ve been in the Studio again…
I was lucky enough to photograph Sophie who’s never been in a Studio before, and she was delightful, nice lines, curves and great posing!
Who would have thought this 21 year old Yorkshire ‘Lass’ has never done any Modeling before.. she is a natural in front of the camera.
Sophie wants to progress into modeling Fashion and Swimwear for Retail and Advertising
She previously studied Performing Arts & Dance
Some of her images from the shoot will help kick start a venture into Retail Modeling with a simple, clean and neat little Portfolio.
If you’re considering Modeling and need images, or you want some posing advice, please get in touch – Harry Dwyer Photography
You can also contact me if you’d like to get in touch with Sophie regarding Retail, Catalogue and Swimwear modeling – Contact Me
All images are © Harry Dwyer Photography 2017
Are you planning your perfect outfit for this years #MayProm – Check out #Fashion #photography #style #trend on Teen Vogue
You’ll want to stand out from the crowd right, not blend in with the rest – Why not think about wearing a suit instead of going with the traditional dress, read this on Teen Vogue
image © teen vogue
Check out my page for the Prom Focus Harry Dwyer Photography – Focus on Fashion
Black Sleek & Limo
Three groups of Leeds University School of Design Students were challenged by Oxfam Online to Up-Cycle damaged garments for Charity in a 12 hour marathon ‘Sew-Down’
Over the course of the ‘Sew-Down’ a whopping total of £6030 worth of clothes were repaired and given a fresh new look by students and were ready to be photographed and listed on Oxfam Online Shop.
This blue vintage but damaged coat (modeled by Rheanna) was up-cycled by Design Student Bryony Hatrick, and repaired with the addition of re-cycled silk scarf patchworks to create this amazing new look.
Bryony Hatrick (pictured right)
You can view all of my images from the day on Flickr at this link Oxfam Sew-Down – If you want to check out what’s for sale go to Oxfam Online Shop
Leeds University Student Up-Cycles for Oxfam
Images © Harry Dwyer Photography