This installment of Women at the Mecca features two powerful models on campus. They are both apart of the organization Models of The Mecca. I encouraged a monochromatic cholor scheme based on both of their hair colors and they both executed it beautifully!
This photoshoot is taking a little bit of a different approach to my normal style. I was inspired by Petra Collins’ style, specifically in the Fetish by Selena Gomez music video for this shoot along with Jerry Maestas’ and overall a vintage/90s inspired look. Below you can see my moodboard I used to inspire this shoot.
This is the first photoshoot in Women of The Mecca and as I continue further there will be more to accompany it.
I’ve noticed one of the hardest things about organizing a shoot is finding a good location to shoot in. Here is a list of some of my favorite portrait locations to shoot at. Click the link to see the full image set!
High School and College students will be offered mini portrait sessions. The student discount below is NOT applicable to mini sessions! You must present a high school or college ID on the day of the shoot.
College & High School students will be offered 20% off of their overall purchase when they present a college ID upon the date of the photoshoot.
This discount can only be applied to Senior Pictures, Single Portraits / Headshots and Friend Photoshoots
Only one ID can be used per photoshoot
Only 1 coupon can be used per photoshoot
High School IDs are applicable
You must be an active student for this deal to be applied
I haven’t been active in the past few months because I have had a TON of life change. I graduated high school, moved to DC and have started college. I am now able to shoot in both Houston and the DMV area. I will shoot in Houston only for the months of December and January upon special request. The rest of the year I will be located in the DMV area.
I’ve posted some 2 portfolios of the work I’ve done in the past year if you guys want to go check those out.
Thank you for sticking by in my moments of absence but I will be uploading more regularly as I familiarize myself with my new area.
Make sure you’re following me on Instagram @goodallphotos and following the blog so you can stay up to date.
I finally got my film developed, scanned and edited! It was a little weird to not be able to see my shot instantly since I haven’t shot on film for over 2 years. I really love how the film gives the images such a unique color tone that I don’t even know how I would achieve digitally. However, some of my film came out a bit messed up but I think it’s part of the learning curve. I’m excited to hopefully shoot some more rolls soon!