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Tavia : Underwater Session

Session Date: August 18, 2009

Dear stalkers, I can literally feel the chlorine pouring out from my veins. Yes, tonight we went out to do another underwater session. Tavia was kind enough to drop by after a long day of work and model for us until the wee early hours of the morning. I feel like we have been eating, drinking, breathing in all nuances of underwater photography. From my extensive "google" research, there are definitely photographers out there who have extremely elaborate underwater setup - which I totally envy! But stalkers, you may know by now that we do things quite on the fly and guerrila-esque around here. And we didn't think underwater photography should be any different. Well, not any different until we can afford our own elaborate setup. :oP. For example...we don't even have a pool. HA HA HA. But for tonight, the goal was to work out some kinks on lights, poses and props. I thought I'll share with you some of our hard work from tonight. You will probably notice that each picture indicate two photographers - in this case, Thurst and myself. Honestly, we have found it impossible to shoot underwater without some sort of help from one another...and was interchanging the camera back and forth between the two of us. So, for the most part...from now on, we will most likely not differentiate the photographers on the underwater images. We can't figure out who shot what anyways. :) So, enjoy! :) And Tavia, we love you "baby!" :)











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