Subway Series Episode One ft. Keilahri
The Subway Series is me trying to be creative and efficient with content building, knowing that winter is coming around and having no studio access. Doing this series is one of the solutions that I plan to put into action. This set is Episode One featuring Keilahri.
Since moving to NYC, I haven't been able to plant my feet on the ground firmly. I got here at the beginning of winter, which is not suitable for a natural light photographer. When things were about to start looking up as we approached warmer weather in March, COVID-19 decided to show its ugly face. Summer came, and we were finally getting the opportunity to get a percentage of our ordinary life back. Still, the summer seemed shorter than usual, and I have to be already finding ways and figuring out how to create content. The subway series is one way.
I've always been fascinated with New York's texture and big city vibe, so I decided to use it to my advantage. It is warm, it had different looks for each station in each borough, and the lighting is the same, whether it's daytime or night time.
Keilahri, Keilahri... What can I say about Keilahri? Not much, I guess. She is the model with the physical features, posing capabilities, and mindset that a photographer (namely me) would want as a MUSE. She is bold, confident, spontaneous, risque, and has a work ethic that rivals anyone I've shot with before.
In this shoot, she styled herself and did her makeup. All I had to do is show up.
Keywords: @kaliartistry, Anioroso, fashion, kali, KaliArtistry, Keilahri, mccarthy, miami, New, NYC, photographer, photoshoot, series, subway, York
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