You can get any further apart then the gentle, fragile and of the moment of cherry blossoms and the harder, edgier and mostly permanent graffiti. And it made for a perfect backdrop for bat mitzvah glamor shoot.
So we started with the graffiti! I’ve been to this spot several times, and the graffiti changes – you never know what will be there. This time, we were lucky to have some awesome art. I would give credit to the artist if I knew who they were.
next up…the contrapuntal cherry blossoms.
An outfit change to play off the soft pink of the petals really sets off her the blues of her eyes.
I do love photographing in places that offer many different ‘looks’. It gives options to both the photographer and the client. The cherry blossoms were a quick, short walk from the graffiti and yet light years apart in subject matter. So in one hour, I was able to give my client multiple options and a great variety of images.