Freefall Skydive Fashion Shoot - Fashion At 126MPH
So you take a photography student, throw him out of a plane with a camera (read: phone), and tell him to capture a photograph. Not only that, he has to pick a shot, modify it, and upload it all before landing.
The best part of the video is that the light stands are people hah!
I have never been so engrossed in a series of images till I saw these shots. It breathes a new life into fashion photography for me.
Photographer Andy Bettles is represented by M.A.P and shoots still life for clients such as Sephora, Wallpaper* and the New York Times Style Magazine. His vintage-inspired multiple exposure images cross the line between fashion and art.
Kait Robinson is not just a photographer, she’s a great person. Her work speaks for itself even through her modest nature. She’s down right amazing. I got a chance to speak with her and she is as amazing as her images.
My interest in photography first sparked when I was taking traditional darkroom courses in High School. My senior year came along and my interest only continued to grow when I finally got my first DSLR camera- a Nikon D80. From then on, I was reading every piece of material that related to photography. Books, online forums, tutorials… pretty much anything imaginable. It was, for the most part, a hobby, until my sophomore year of college. I wanted to combine my love for fashion and photography and make it into a future for myself.
Shortly after, I moved to New York City and am now attending the Fashion Institute of Technology majoring in Photography. I knew I needed to be in a place not only where the industry is, but in a place where I can constantly evolve my eye and stay inspired. My main goal with my photography is to simply make the images that I visualize. Photography is so satisfying in the sense that it allows me to share ideas and concepts that I have with so many people. It’s in a way, an insight into who I am.
With her drive, passion, and recent internship at Art+Commerce, I have no doubt she will be someone the world will know soon enough.