Monday, March 11, 2013

What we go through to get those magazine covers

Frostbite is not usually the outcome of a fashion shoot, but a posting on the Up Here site chronicles how a March issue cover (shot in February) with a bikini-clad woman was done while the temperature was -30C. The post said, understatedly, it was a "painfully cold" day. And those guys in Yellowknife know what that means. 

Photo editor Angela Gzowski had to choose between lights and a heater because the benumbed generator wouldn't run both; they ditched the heater. It took the model half an hour to recover from each two-minute shooting session. 


Anonymous Anonymous said...

And after all that, it still looks photoshopped.

6:08 pm  

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