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Fashion shoot in New York City, Spring 2010

We traveled earlier in May to capture some unique images by the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City .  This is a location that we have been looking forward to shooting and attempted to conquer more than once.  Finally  everything seemed to fall into place at the right time.  Our model Lauren traveled with us and also our make up artist Karla Lola was planning on visiting the city at the same time.  Marialexandra was very generous and shipped a few of her designs for this photo shoot.  Like I said, everything seemed to fall into place.  On Sunday we traveled between Manhattan and Brooklyn to find our favorite location with the perfect backdrop. The Brooklyn Bridge Park was it!  And after a long day we accomplished half of the shoot.
The next morning we were kept indoors due to the inclement and unexpected weather.  Nevertheless, we were able to create additional images in the privacy and warmth of our hotel suite.
We will be sharing a few more slideshows in the next couple of days. 

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