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One Afternoon, Two Sessions, Four Clients

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The afternoon of May 9th, 2009, the Day of Great Victory, was spent in Manhattan shooting two sessions.

I started with driving to our studio on Broadway where I soon met Alina and Radion whose wedding I shot two months ago. Hmm, that was also a notable holiday, International Women’s Day. The guys must love holidays… The setup was pretty formal, full wedding attire, studio lighting, some traditional poses, followed by more intriguing, as usual… Lovely couple!

After the guys left, I got into the car, turned on the navigator, keyed in the next address, smiled to the fact that it turned out to be two blocks away, got out of the car, and walked to the hotel where my next couple got a room for their engagement session. Daria the bride is my good friend from a photography-related community of Fotki.com, where we participated in a close circle of artists of Shekhinah project. The cool hotel, remodeled from a former apartment building, is all about art, including photography. Among the tricks used was a heavy usage of the radio-controlled off-camera lighting, as seen on the photo above. The speedlight is shooting through the railing of the staircase.

Coincidentally, both of the favorite shots from these separate sessions have something in common…

Ed Hafizov
Ed Hafizov
Ed Hafizov is a creative director and lead photographer of Zorz Studios, Manhattan-based boutique photography studio, offering arousing and daring fashion, commercial, beauty, and wedding photography. Multiple Fearless Photographer™ award winner, named among the top 50 US wedding photographers, top 10 NY wedding photographers, winner of Adobe contests, featured by Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Elle et al, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week photographer, and a distinguished member of Grace Ormonde Wedding Style‘s Platinum List, he is eager to step out of his and willing clients' comfort zone to pursue original artwork with a lasting impression.