Oh wow. It’s been a busy last few weeks – and not just busy in a “ooh so much work to do” way, but moreover in a “there’s probably going to be a biggest change in my life to date” change, as we’ve been actively planning to moving abroad. At least for a while, if nothing more. Finland is great, wonderful, probably the best country in the world, but one can’t really know that before he’s lived at somewhere else. But nothing is absolutely certain yet, although we’ve done so much.
If nothing else, Project L would get great new inspiring places to shoot at.
Okay, back to business; these are Project L’s 53rd part’s behind the scenes and outtake photos.
About the process
As I wrote on the main part of the project, I’ve shot a lot of cosplay conventions and plenty of latex, so introducing these two elements to each other wasn’t that big of a deal – at least in theory. I’m a bit saddened by the fact that my style and mindset of shooting Project L overcame the mindset of convention photography, because I was fixated on this one target, the model.
What I could’ve done would’ve been that I’d include more cosplaying people in the photos, more action, more everything.
But then again, I was so extremely exhausted from previous night’s two-hour sleep. Hindsight is a bitch, as they say, but you really learn from looking back onto your actions.
As I’ve done lately, I still keep using Canon’s 35mm f/1.4L II. It’s just so wonderful for my style and doesn’t make a big deal about its focal length. 35mm focal length at full frame is so versatile to use wherever needed.
But worry not, you’ll see more focal lengths at Project L’s 54th part, where we shot the girls riding a motorcycle! Stay tuned!
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Latex used in the project:
Black-red Matrix Catsuit by Libidex