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What an honor to once again be published in the pages of Feroce Magazine, and not only did we make it into the magazine, we also made the rear cover! The September 2015 Directory issue is out today featuring several talented artists, along with myself and the beautiful Dani Lynn. Grab your own copy at www.ferocemagazine.com

Dani and I met early in the day to get ready and we headed out to a location we both thought would be perfect for a dreamy 70’s themed shoot. As we arrived on set the weather was perfect. We walked to a field next to a covered bridge and within minutes it started to rain. It was slow at first so we took shelter in the bridge and listened as the pitter pat of the rain began to grow into a downpour. After some stop and go, the rain let up enough for us to get a few photos and salvage the drive. However, rain was still in the air so we headed back to the car just in time to pack up and stay dry. We took note of the fact that the weather radar was clear, no rain to be seen in the forecast. It seemed like it just wasn’t going to be our day.

We headed back to Dani’s house and were content to do an indoor shoot when the sun decided to finally show itself. Across from her house is a building that has an amazing back wall. Knowing that this might be our only chance, I prepped my equipment while Dani chose the perfect outfit. The earthy tan tones against the rustic and weathered wall were a beautiful combination. As soon as I captured the first image I knew these were going to be the best photos of the day.

Rain or no rain, we finally made it to the right spot at the right time. The sun peeked through the clouds and gave me the opportunity to make lovely photos with this beautiful model.

Credits:

Photographer / Retoucher: Brian Jester – Balatro Photography

Model / MUA / Stylist: Dani Lynn

Here is a gallery of all the photos submitted:

And of course… I can’t help but add this behind the scenes look of Dani while she was getting ready for this shoot….

~ Brian Jester | Balatro Photography

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