Red. That’s the name we gave this dress: myself and a handful of other photographers over at focusedphotographers.com an online forum where photography rules and the photographer is it’s humble servant.

These images are my part of a traveling dress adventure where about a dozen photographers from across the country (and Canada!) participated shooting the same red dress in our own ways with our own models. We each had the dress for five days before we needed to ship it on to the next photographer in line.

I knew immediately I wanted Faith as my model and her horse as our sidekick. We shot these images on a very, very, (did I say very?!) windy day in April where the temperatures were not ideal for dresses. Faith perservered and came out looking stunning, don’t ya think?

When you are done, check out more of the Red Dress experiment photosbyejrussell and continue on from there to complete the blog circle of all of the images!

 

 

 

 

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  • LisaJune 2, 2015 - 6:26 pm

    I just love these! Great feel in the second one, brings back memories for me dreaming about my “someday” life when I was a little girl. Love the horse’s fuzzy winter coat and all the different textures of denim, satin, leather fringe, and horse fur! Great job putting together all of these elements so well!ReplyCancel

I love this time of year. No, not the snow. Not the cold. I love March because my thoughts start to turn towards seniors. And seniors equal summer! Josee came up to the studio from Huron High School for senior pictures in June: and we took advantage of the beautiful late spring weather! Don’t rule June out when you plan your senior session.

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On this freezing February day, let’s step back a moment and just remember how beautiful our world is in June! Blooming flowers in the Mural Garden downtown Webster, green grass growing in every yard. The sound of lawn mowers instead of the sound of snow plows… Yes, June is what we live for in South Dakota! Mickala brought a beautiful bold print dress highlighting her Native America roots to her senior session. Juniors: what will you choose to wear for yours?

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