Queen Victoria Street

This is my favorite photograph from the Calendar series Deborah and I created with Elms Koortzen. Debs claims it to be a complete accident, a work of chance  as she took it casually, her hands and her camera far from her face as we exited my apartment. I love the angle, the lines of the building, and Deb’s P.P. work is out of this world.

Here are some more fabulous shots from the shoot:

love the light in this image. Elms look like she's stepped into a Lord Of The Rings Type big budget lighting scenario. Deborah Rossouw makes sunshine into something religious.

Deborah’s one of those Amazonian Art Godesses you think only exist in graphic novels and fairy-tales. Calming yet focused she commands respect for the casual process in which she takes photos and the powerful result she ends up with. When I see her sitting with a MAC I swoon over her mad skills. You can view her blog here: onesmallchange

Main Make-up Ingredient: False lashes make women walk differently – I chose MAC #42 lash.

Main Make-up Ingre­dient: MAC face and body foundation ,MAC cremeblush in "Pleasureful", MAC pig­ment in “tan” and “coco beach”. MAC lip­glass in “Viva Glam VI”

Photographer: Deborah Rossouw

Model: Elms Koortzen

Stylist: Samantha Kaye

Make-Up: Samantha Kaye

Hair: Samantha Kaye

Location: Queen Victoria Street, Cape Town


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