Kylie Carson Photography

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PART TWO

INSPIRED SHOOT @The Grove Studios

This inspired shoot was all about the bohemian gypsy queen. The effortless embodiment of style, beauty and grace. Together with some very talented creatives, I found myself a world away in a Mexican paradise. Emma from Bella Boheme styled our beautiful muse Victoria in  the simplest, yet sweet & sexy clothing for Summer 2015. Michelle from Mountain Angel Salon styled her gorgeous locks, while Edith from Floral Ink created the most stunning floral arrangements to complete our vision. Read More

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A STYLED SHOOT @The Grove Studios

This inspired shoot was all about the bohemian gypsy queen. The effortless embodiment of style, beauty and grace. Together with some very talented creatives, I found myself a world away in a Mexican paradise. Emma from Bella Boheme styled our beautiful muse Victoria in  the simplest, yet sweet & sexy clothing for Summer 2015. Michelle from Mountain Angel Salon styled her gorgeous locks, while Edith from Floral Ink created the most stunning floral arrangements to complete our vision. Read More

Winter is almost upon us & I’ve already whipped out my warm boots, jeans, scarves & knits to keep me warm together with a warm cup of tea. Photographing Bella Boheme’s range with Emma & Maddie on a chilly day in the Blue Mountains is always fun. Here are a few images of Bella Boheme’s fabulous new range. Those jeans are on my bucket list together with a few other cosy items. Read More

I love photographing clothing for Bella Boheme but this was something a little different. These candles smell amazing. A signature scent for Bella Boheme which includes the sweet smell of pineapple infused with coconut. It’s definitely one for Summer. Beautiful.
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We experienced all seasons in one morning of photography – clouds, rain, bright sun, a little wind even!  Every time I photograph Bella Boheme clothing, I just want to take it home with me. Here’s some of their latest additions to their Summer Range. Go on… spoil yourself. I did.

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Kaftan, Dresses, Dreamcatchers, Headwear & Jewellery:  available on-line at Bella Boheme.

Model:  Maddison-Clare

If you would like to see any of Bella Boheme’s other items, check them out on-line here or you can also browse our previous photo shoots hereherehere and here. (There’s a few!)

BecSchopenArt-22Seeing the beauty that surrounds me has become something that I treasure. It is a gift. I find a sense of peace & calm in noticing the little things in life. The way the morning dew sits on a leaf, the golden hour light through the tall grass, city shadows in the afternoon, a loose curl, milk moustaches, catchlights in my childrens’ eyes, smirks & grimaces. These are the things I love to capture with my camera. I try to capture them creatively; to help my audience feel like they are there standing right with me in that moment.

Last week I attended a mixed media workshop with Bec Schopen. Other than being a fabulously caring & kind person, she creates the most beautiful artwork that I have admired for years. With her brush strokes & use of colour she can elicit such an array of emotions. It is something I find so daunting but comes so naturally to her. I listen to her speak so passionately about colour & tone, about finding inspiration in the everyday & I can relate to these aspects of her craft.

I have always longed to be able to paint, but for me, my head gets in the way. I overanalyse everything. Where do I start? What colours? Subject matter? When I start I then question every move I’ve made & take forever to decide what should go where. This is why being a part of Bec’s workshop was so refreshing. I was able to free my mind & just go with it. Bec’s philosophy is cathartic. It clears the mind & lets your creativity take over.

“I have a desire for my artwork to come from an intuitive and unconscious place. I begin with colour & images that I love and then evolve them into works where the viewer is lost in an ethereal place that can be soulful, spiritual & individually interpreted”. – Bec Schopen

 

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Bec Schopen Art – Original Artworks here.

Follow Bec on Facebook here.

Photography:  Me – Kylie Carson Photography

If you are interested in painting intuitively or being part of a workshop {Sydney’s Northern Beaches}, contact Bec here for more details. I highly recommend it. It’s like yoga for your mind. xo

 

 

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