I had been wanting to shoot with Miss Anthropy for a while and she was interested in doing something with Damsel, who’s modeled for me before. They pulled in another girl they knew, Amanda, and we ended up doing a post apocalyptic thing in a junkyard.
Naturally we had no such permission to do so, so once we set off the alarm, the owner showed up. He liked the idea so he helped us set up a few cool shots, much more so than we could have done on our own.
I love it when a shoot works out.
This is great, nice lighting, and like the concept.
How did you get access to a junkyard? I had a similar idea but can’t seem to find any in my area that will allow me to shoot. Excuse is always a no camera policy.
Never mind, read Terror dome – 10. 🙂
Very nice use of the junkyard!
jonjon_01: honestly, I kinda didn’t. We just went there and started shooting. And we got lucky, because when we set off the alarm, the owner showed up and thought it was cool enough to have half-naked girls crawling around his junkyard that he decided to help us instead of calling the cops. But yeah, it all turned out well.
Mikey aka DaSkinnyBlackMan in Iraq: Thanks, I love this one. It’s one of my favorite shots of me ever.
This is really awesome! And I’m so very, very happy that y’all didn’t end up in jail.
lrayholly: geeze! what are you doing awake? It’s past your bedtime.
theres nothing else like this on flickr
evaxebra: Thank you.
backalley brawler: Thanks. I was hoping more people would feel the same. Oh well.
This is excellent.
BeguilingSunflower: thanks. I’m quite fond of it myself.
Cooooool. I thought this was photoshopped, but apparently not.
beststephi: nope. I strive for realism. 🙂
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