Throughout our journey to 100 shoots, we have been challenging ourselves with our lighting setups. For this shoot the goal was to photograph a shoot in our studio that felt like an outdoor shoot on a sunny day.
To create the mood of an ethereal laundry studio shoot, we painted the floor a pale green, the walls a light blue, and we purchased light pink sheets to create a pastel aesthetic.
This was our largest set to date. it took up more than half of our studio.
Morgan really embraced the concept and got into character portraying a woman who is exhausted and tired of doing laundry.
Towards the end of the shoot, we had Morgan jump between the rows of sheets and used a fan on her to create the effect of the sheets blowing in the wind. We blast light directly at her to allude to bright sunshine aroud mid-day. These ended up being some of the strongest images from the shoot.
I love what we were able to achieve, and I am so pleased with how this one turned out!
Model: Morgan Wellman - @m.v.wellman
Set Design: David Parrish - @__d_w_p__
Lights: Paul C. Buff
Life Update! It has been an amazing 9 years of photographing portraits of all kinds in RVA! It was an amazing chapter in our lives, and we are ready to move on to the next. We will be shifting our business to solely focus on our commercial and editorial photography work, and unfortunately that means we will no longer be accepting bookings for our other photography services. Thank you for being on this journey with us and trusting us to document so many meaningful moments. You can check out our new work by heading to jadaanddavid.com or following us on instagram @jadaanddavid.
There are still a couple more opportunities to work with us this fall! We have a limited number of Thanksgiving Front Porch Sessions available. We also have fall mini sessions available at some of our favorite locations around RVA for select dates this fall! You can book those sessions directly from this link!
Jada + David