-This month’s challenge theme-
Each studio, in collaboration with their studio reps, created images they felt best fit the theme.
Kara Zollos – Cleveland, OH
InFrame: Analie Farrar @analiefarrar
HMUA: @_hair_by_taryn (for both hair & makeup)
Styling: Jumpsuit – @anthropologie and Necklace – @shopbanyantree
Wardrobe Stylist: – @jenkourycollection
“The doors will be opened to those who are BOLD enough to knock.” ~ Tony Gaskins
Richard Parker – Austin, TX
InFrame: Hayden Gatlin @gatlin_hayden and Margo Floyd @margo.floydd
Hayden sporting the suit and wheels! Shooting in a warehouse district gave us the edgy look we were wanting and shooting after dusk with a little OC lighting, turned up the bold meter a few notches!
With Margo, we shot on a loading dock of a local school that had architecture from the mid century. The blue accent on the building was a cool touch. Her corset, dress top and spiked heals, and to be sure attitude, created her daring, bold look.
Matthew Koller – Green Bay, WI
Distinction Photo @distphoto
Peyton had this sweet blue oversized Blaser that I was dying to shoot. Worked out perfect for this “Bold” shoot.
All these images were shot on Kodak Portra film with me Canon 1v. I wanted to try off camera flash with film and thought the Portra colors would be bold!
Jody Rael – Las Vegas, NV
InFrame: Cody Schaefer @cody.schaefer • Sofia Forrest-Turner @sofiaforrestturner • Jordyn DeKoven @jordyn_dekoven • Noelani Mendoza @noelanimendoza_ • Maddy Pettigrew @maddypettigrew • Leo Mendoza @leo_mendoza33
HMUA: @ohheyyjas • @elissarenah
Jasmin Ochoa, our highly skilled hair and makeup artist, loves Bratz Dolls. And Bratz Dolls are fierce, self-assured, and filled with attitude. And our team are just the same.
Wendy Ewing – Las Cruces, NM
InFrame: Miranda Romero @miranda.n.romero
“From Student Body President to running on a track, from prom queen crown to 100 pound weights, I’ve never fit into just one stereotype. My boldness has opened opportunities that I have embraced and never looked back.” ~ Miranda Nicole
We used Miranda’s Dad’s muscle car for some extra boldness and put a modern spin on “Sandy” from Grease. After all, wasn’t Sandra D the perfect symbol of a gal becoming BOLD?!