I love mythology, gods and fantastic creatures, so I decided to create this concept with my team for one of my last workshops of fashion photography.
We picked Quetzalcoatl as the character who the model needs to represent, the mighty god “Quetzalcoatl”, but for this time we wanted to do it as a fashionable and colorfull goddess.
I got the amazing “Nido de Quetzalcoatl”, made by my favorite mexican architect, Javier Senosiain. The workshop had 18 attendants and we all submerged in this amazing fantasy chasing the gorgeous goddess trough the El Nido de Quetzalcoatl.
We used two lamps with the broncolor Move 1200L kit with two silver umbrellas, some gels of different colors and reflectors, a Pentax K1 with 28 - 70 mm 2.8 and a 50 mm 1.4 Lens.
Photographer: Jvdas Berra
Styling: Carlos Victimo
Model: Rose @ Contempo Models
M&H: Aracely Zárate
Production: Mónica Jiménez
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