Almost 4 Photo Shoots in 1 Week

Almost 4 photo shoots in 1 week? Yes, that happened last week. In this post I will tell you how I got through a crazy busy week and why the fourth shoot didn’t happen.

Initially I had two test shoots booked for a model agency I have just started working with. So it was looking like a not so busy week. I was ready and excited to do something new.

Quickly the week became way busier by having two new clients booking me.

Very often people cancel or reschedule photo shoots, but not that week. Out of the four shoots everyone showed up! Must be a new record.

Tuesday I shot with Aliesha for a test shoot and I got some of my favourite shots ever. The weather was just right, the location stunning and Aliesha did a great job.

Here are some of the shots we got on the day.

Wednesday the shoot with Belรฉn finally happened! We had to reschedule twice before due to some crazy weather conditions in London. We were out in Camden and got to play with some soap bubbles. It was a lot of fun. On Thursday I met Hugo and we had a long and fun shoot around Barbican until sunset.

On Friday I was a little tired from such an hectic week but I got out of the house to go meet Amber in Chalk Farm. This was my second test shoot of the week. The rain had stopped for a few hours so I thought we’d be OK to shoot outdoors.

Once I got to Chalk Farm it was pouring down! We waited a while but the rain didn’t stop. Sadly we decided to cancel the shoot. Hopefully we get to shoot soon.

Even though I didn’t get to shoot I still had lots to do so once I got home I went straight back to editing!

This is the story of how I almost had 4 photo shoots in 1 week, hope you enjoyed it. If you want to book me check out my portfolio and get in touch ๐Ÿ™‚

In the featured photo, Aliesha

Thank you for reading and please come back next week for another post!ย 
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