Today I had a future client ask me if I had special locations I used for my work. I was very glad she asked this question. There are many times I take photos of locations that catch my eye. I may not have a purpose for them right now. But in the future I know they will come in handy.
Meet my senior Clay. Our first location is a backyard adjacent to the Fond du lac “loop”. While walking the dogs I admired this fence many times. The funny thing is I wanted to use the back of another building on this trail but some dude was mowing the lawn. He didn’t seem to care we had work to do. 🙂
On to our next location. Further down the trail are a row of mini storage sheds. I can’t begin to imagine what they are filled with. But I do know they offered gorgeous repetition and lines in the background of the images.
Across the street from the storage sheds is a beautiful old brick building. The best part about this location is I used it from 3 different directions. North, south and west. In other words brick building, train tracks and quonset hut. ** see quonset hut below.
Clay is definitely into music. His t-shirt collection is amazing. At least a dozen black t-shirts pinned to a black background. Some of the shirts had holes and tears in them. This just made me love the idea more!
And finally any location will work for this application. Smoke Bombs!!!! Ugh! I mixed white smoke bombs with his t-shirt backdrop. The orange smoke bomb looked awesome with his football uniform.
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Where did you buy your smoke bombs?
Amazon. Search smoke grenade.