UPDATE: I've corrected the location name and map pin location. You should now be able to find it using Google / IOS navigation. We will meet at the start of the trail at 3:45 p.m.
This shoot idea came about from a discussion the group had at the barbeque. The idea is to shoot models (could be 2 of each, or more but at least 1) as the elements: Earth, Water, Wind and Fire.
Each shoot will be distinctly for that element. For example, the water shoot will have hair, clothes, location, lighting and makeup designed around the water theme and will be planned specifically so that the hair will be turned into water in photoshop and the skin tones work with blue tones planned in the end result image (which is up in the air right now and ideas are welcome). The end result of each is to produce high quality large size prints on canvas. I think it would be great if the models could exemplify the quality we are looking for (fire for example would be great for someone with a firey attitude).
Right now we plan to shoot Saturday[masked] (weather permitting) for the water theme.
What we need: (Changes Made[masked])
Model(s) - We have models, and will need at least 1 model to bring and plan to shoot in Bikini, along with a dress that Barbie will be bringing. Bikini in either blue or white colors would be best (for the effect to blend in with the water). There is still a lot we can do without a bikini shot, but that is one of the scenes we are going for
Makeup - someone that wants to be creative with blue and light tones and to really make eyes and lips pop
Lighting - Need some solid lighting plans in place before the shoot. This will be outdoors before and during sunset, but the light we are looking to produce should be the key light in the scene, something large and soft would be great!
Additional shot ideas? - we should have plenty of time to get the 2 images, so we can always do more, even if unrelated to the water elemental scenes. It will be a great location for all kinds of things.
Let's just in and get all the ideas and planning in asap so we can execute well. The more quickly we can get the details ironed out the better we can execute the shoot :-)
p.s. can someone confirm that the picture attached is the location? It will be high tide when we do the shoot. What are the issues that might come up because of that?
Here's a bunch of pics of the tide pools: