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Geniuz Ink: Art Meets Science Fashion Shoot Denver

The thing I love most about fashion photography is the opportunity for creativity. I think most photographers would agree with me that the reason they started with photography in the first place was the ability to produce art. Of course with weddings & portraits there is also the ability to create something timeless and capture people’s emotions and personality which is one of the reasons being a photographer is so rewarding. But it all starts and ends with art.

I had the opportunity to meet Julian at the JNava + Geniuz Ink Fashion Show in March. He’s such a great guy and an awesome clothing designer so I was glad we were able to work together again on this project for his clothing company Geniuz Ink. Anyone who knows me knows that I’m a t-shirt and jeans kind of guy so his clothes are just my style. When he told me what he had imagined for the shoot I was immediately hooked and excited to be a part of it. The theme was art meets science. We used some various props painted white against a white backdrop to complete the look and I think it turned out awesome! I haven’t done too much studio work so this was really exciting to do something completely out of my comfort zone and brand new. We originally planned on renting some studio space but everywhere that we wanted to use was already booked or too small so we ended up back at our garage which turned out great. Julian will be updating his website with more of these images in a few weeks so make sure to check out geniuzink.com for his full line available for purchase. This first image is Julian- the genius behind Geniuz Ink:-)

Laura Glisan - May 20, 2010 - 1:33 PM

Wow…amazing. Im sure Julian is very happy!

Scott Stebner - May 19, 2010 - 3:54 PM

Awesome stuff using the High Key! Way to rock it and I’m gonna have to get some of those!

Erin Cady - May 19, 2010 - 3:09 PM

Awesome! I’m so glad you’re having fun with your photography and finding things that you’re really excited about. 🙂

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