4.9.11

Yin seeks Yang







Some photos from a shoot I did recently with the wonderful Saibh Egan.

I cannot express to you how much fun I have shooting with this girl.
She makes it so easy, you sort of forget you're in front of a lens.
When you're working as a model in any shape or form, you very quickly come to understand the value of a photographer who makes their subject feel comfortable. For those of you who are less familiar, Its probably the most important factor in getting a good shot.
Now I'm no professional, but I know that If you do not have that comfort, its impossible to establish a flow between photographer and subject.
In terms of energy and creativity, its symbiotic. One feeds off off the other, Yin&Yang style :)

She's moving to Dublin very soon, I don't know what I will do without her-

Now who will tend to my narcissistic-blogging-photography needs?????
She's my Yang for fuckssake!!!

sorry.

anyhow.


Her photos have a nostalgic feel to them,  and she has a wonderful eye for detail and capturing those "in-between" moments.

Here are a few of my favourite shots of hers:










http://www.saibhegan.blogspot.com/
http://saibh.tumblr.com/
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Saibh-Egan-Photography/124616280948235


For anyone in Dublin (or thereabouts) looking for a killer photographer, you need to look this kid up.

And for any photographers in Galway (or thereabouts) of a creatively adventurous disposition:

Yin. Female. 22. seeking Yang.

Peace,
WildChild,
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