Being an intimate photographer during the pandemic kinda sucks, as you can imagine. Most people are afraid to travel and many are facing money problems. It's been a couple of months since the last private shoot I did for a paying client. I'm still available and not worried about virus transmission during a photoshoot, so drop me a note if you like.
Last month, I did an urban guerrilla shoot with a great model I have worked with twice before, Gemini Rose. She's a proud and brave nude model who hasn't been getting any work lately. I paid her to pose for me in order to create one of my photosets that I sell on Bentbox.
It was a beautiful spring day and we felt sorry for all the people who were locked down in their homes while we were enjoying delicious freedom. We went to a couple of sites in downtown Portland that I've used before. The streets were nearly deserted, so it made a guerrilla shoot quite easy. Here are some shots in front of the famous statue of Portlandia.
Our next stop was a deserted parking garage. We could look out at the streets of Portland and Gemini Rose could flaunt her beauty to the city. It was very therapeutic for her.
I wanted to make sure we got some mask photos so that future viewers would know this was a pandemic photoshoot.
Leaving the parking garage, we drove to a building that used to be a dairy processing plant. About a year ago, it was first painted white, then artists came in to cover the entire structure in creative artwork. It's going to be torn down to build apartments eventually, so I am trying to make good use of it while it's available.
Since Portland is famous for pot shops, we had to make one last stop in front of this one that had some great exterior art.
That's it for this post. If you'd like to buy this photoset on Bentbox, here is the link: https://bentbox.co/buybox_verotel?UAb8rfE7
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