Daniela’s Styled Portrait Shoot
Posted on 26. November 2015
We are all quite unique with our own favourite things we just totally fall for. This is exactly what inspires me when I tailor a photo shoot! A couple of weeks ago I posted about Daniela’s love for heels and fashion – read the blog post here – and this week I am giving a bit more detail on the second part of that photo shoot – the Rococo-inspired style, on location at a German Castle.
Admittedly I love steam punk and anything vintage Victorian so styling a photo shoot based on a long-gone era was to be expected. My favourite thing is anything that has withstood time, has history and character. Often there is a mystery surrounding it as not all the details are able to be uncovered. It’s fascinating how old things can still look so incredibly beautiful – timeless elegance. This really provokes my creativity!
Inspired by the look and the feel of a long gone era with a dash of fantasy, the idea was to transform modern Daniela into a lady from the past with very different beauty ideas compared to today’s fashion – very visible in the hairstyle and makeup, and not to mention the dress.
I hope you enjoy the images and will get you inspired for your own photo shoots. The dress is available for photo shootings (and a few other outfits as well) to get you looking quite different to your I-hang-out-with-friends-outfit.
Just around sunset when a huge thunderstorm approached our hilltop castle we went a bit darker in outfit and mood, choosing a bolder lipstick and harsher lights to the previous set of images. I let you be the judge of what era this falls into and I look forward to doing more fabulous transformations in my future photo shoots.
I’m super grateful for this very talented team of creatives. Big shout out to:
Beautiful Lady – Daniela
Location – Schloss Wildenfels
Assistant – Sabrina super sister
Photography – Katharina from Borszik Photography
White Dress – custom order with alterations by Katharina
Lots of vintage inspiration,
This was the thunderstorm that rolled in while packing up our destination photo shoot: