Hi folks! I know it’s been quite awhile but I wanted to take the time to make this fashion editorial post “Less is More” as attractive as possible.
This is what I do. This is what I enjoy the most, from meeting talented people to great bonds of friendship, the projects I work on, allows me to do more creative, challenging projects. Fashion Editorial Photography has taught me many things and produce new creative images everyday while I penetrate my thoughts with vision.
Not only do I cover fashion editorial, but also concert, lifestyle, portrait and pre-wedding photography. Because Fashion isn’t about an outfit you wear, it’s a trend you create with your vision, concept and ideas.
Photography is like a cricket; you click the shutter button when the focal point meets your eye. That kind of vision is the key to beautiful images.
Guess what? This impromptu shoot was done in half an hour flat, and then it started raining heavily. We literally got drenched. Haha. At this point, I was quite happy with the results cause I have been stoked with a plenty of diverse options available on the streets. There’s no better way than enjoying and recognizing this beautiful view for a photo shoot.
In this soupy heat, We moved to a place where it provided a refuge and yet a reminiscent of vintage places or films. Mixing and matching, and accessorising with white elaborated slip-on and a pair of silver earrings to complete her look. Also, I wanted to play with a hat for the photo shoot but unfortunately I accidentally dropped off in an Auto Rickshaw. Haha. And, Somehow, With the little things we had, I firmly believe less is more; and yet it turned out to be one of the amazing shoots I’ve worked on, from the stress of this soupy heat to blissful caress of cool breeze.
She wore a beautiful white dress, simple, sophisticated and minimal. We’re talking about this cute white dress she wore from H&M.
Sometimes, You feel like a single sided person with a single brain, but in many ways, you really have two. Thoughts, opinions, memories, and emotions cascading through the reflections of yourself on the windows. When you look closely in the picture, there’s a resemblance between the old version and the new version of herself. What you wear serves as an important and fulfilling function is by being yourself. Sometimes, it’s the little things that remind us, like appreciating the little things in a photo shoot amidst a lot of uncertainty and waiting for the miracle or luck to happen. But, Pretty little things saves the trouble and following what you truly love and enjoy.
This shoot is dedicated to all the dreamers, and I wish they all come true exactly like the reflection of yourself on how you revamp yourself despite the unsureness and boost a fragment of confidence. Keep persevering!
Also, Check out one of the most astonishing photoshoots I’ve worked on previously – Tipsy Yet Gypsy.
Model & Styling – Aanandita Rajawat
Concept & Photography – Jatin Gandhi
Tell me how do you like these pictures in the comment section below. Thank you so much!