Grafitti Wall - Chantelle Wallace

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Grafitti Walls can add such a difference to a shoot with their maze of colours and flow that changes each step you take creating a different back drop over and over again..  Every now and then you find a wall that works and fits in with the theme your wanting and with the style you desire to achieve. 

When a grafitti wall is busy, bold and colourful and using as your backdrop for you photography try keeping  the model in  1 - 2 colours  only so it doesn't come across messy and busy you need it to show your model not lose her amongst the patterns, paint and colour. Highlight one colour it will stand out from the busy background and keep the focus centred on her, pick a colour used in the paint work and just work with that one.colour.

Keeping it simple is sometimes the best option to give you the best result.

Glamour Phototgrapher: Phil Alebakis

Copyright 2014

Copyright 2014.