Ian X. (gawebmaster) wrote in blooddolls,
Ian X.
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What I did this weekend...

So, having been out of the studio for a while, I'm now on a roll... One shoot in July, and two in August. Yesterday really felt like I was in the groove, doing interesting takes on some standard stuff, and one really big new thing. I think I'll just show you, rather than explaining...



This first set was a re-introduction, since I hadn't worked with Mia for a while. That just means keeping things simple, though in the end the color work is what made this black-on-black set work, I think.


Mia, from "Black Lingerie"


Mia, from "Black Lingerie"


Mia, from "Black Lingerie"


Mia, from "Black Lingerie"


The interesting thing about this set is that it was shot with exactly the same backdrop, and very very similar lighting. She's even wearing the same make-up. I suppose what makes it different is again the color work, and of course the St Andrews cross. I like that this is a fairy standard fetish set, but somehow feels different.

I'm wondering if I could use some of these to make a fetish-themes "Ian X." logo. heh.


Mia, from "X"


Mia, from "X"


Mia, from "X"


Mia, from "X"


This set is probably my least favorite, but I think that says more about the quality of the rest of the day. Her make-up reminds me of Adam Ant, with a little Zorro thrown in. I imagine this as a cosplay as a comic book character that hadn't been invented yet. "Mistress Mirror is the reflection that was severed from a vampire, but never disappeared as she should have. She fights evil." Something like that. heh.


Mia, from "Mistress Mirror"


Mia, from "Mistress Mirror"


Mia, from "Mistress Mirror"


Mia, from "Mistress Mirror"


This set is really the main event of the day. There are more photos in this one that I want to show off than would be sensible to put in an entry like this. These ones should give you the feel of the set, though. It's a pretty unique one for me, and I think it's a theme I will revisit.


Mia, from "Mud"


Mia, from "Mud"


Mia, from "Mud"


Mia, from "Mud"


Mia, from "Mud"


Mia, from "Mud"


Mia, from "Mud"


And, finally, a return to my longest-running series. I think Mia adds something to the mix-- the attitude is a big part of it, as with all of her photos.


Mia, from "Muninn"


Mia, from "Muninn"


Mia, from "Muninn"


Mia, from "Muninn"
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