SO! This shoot was something Jennifer and I tried to put together for a few weeks, but our schedules just wouldn’t line up! GRRR!!! It’s like the calendar committee up there was like, “Jess, just stop. Ain’t gonna happen.”

Fortunately we found a day, and then came the pink hair. I’ve wanted to incorporate more color in my photos, and I’ve had the idea to do pink hair for a while. What color better than pink? Seriously, all the best stuff is pink. Flamingos?! Point made.

Anyways, there’s nothing emotional or poetic about this post. Seriously it’s just a girl with pink hair and some cool clothes. Jennifer put a lot of chalk in her hair to get it pink, the funny part is that we were in a hurry because the sun was setting SO Jennifer didn’t get to fully chalk her hair. Oh man. So both fronts of her hair were pink, and the back was her original blonde. LOL. Shoulda seen the looks of the passerby’s as we drove and Jennifer sat in the passenger seat. I was like, ehhh I’ll just photoshop the rest. I really should stop saying that :$ None the less, we caught the sun as it was setting!

I colored these myself and decided to do something different with it, because I absolutely love dark blue and purple, yellow hues…ahhhh so nice!

Model: Jennifer Proescher
Shot with all natural light
35mm 1.4 lens / 5d mark ii
















  1. July 25, 2014 at 7:06 pm Rose

    we SO need a tutorial of this PUURRrrfect shoot!!!!! Like I’m in love! You are awesome, Jessica :P

  2. July 27, 2014 at 11:16 am Alasa

    Such a pretty shoot! Kudos x

  3. August 4, 2014 at 9:54 am Sarah

    Hi I am a new reader and now a FAN! <3 I've been back reading and laughing my ass off your blog articles.
    Hope to see more of your works! :) *throws confetti*

  4. August 23, 2014 at 1:06 pm Charlotte

    Hi, Sorry to write this here, but sent an email with no reply, I’ve tried downloading your photoshop actions, but once I open the files, theres nothing inside?

  5. February 23, 2015 at 10:33 am Adam Prancz

    Hi Jessica!

    I love how You can control the sunlight.


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