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  • 1. MASQUERADEPHOTOSHOOT PLANNINGSHEET.BY ALEX BOTTOMLEY
  • 2. Photographer: Alex BottomleyModel: Olivia WilliamsDate of shoot: 29th November 2012Call Time: 10.30-13.00Title of shoot: MasqueradeTheme: Mysterious, Disguise, Forest.The aim of this photoshoot will be to capture images that convey a sense of mystery and darkness. The idea of having the photoshoot inthe forest is because it is perceived as quite a dark and scary place and therefore placing my model in those surroundings will hopefullyconvey those emotions and feelings to the audience. My energy drink is called Masquerade and the unique selling point of this drink is thatit is a high class energy drink that leaves you feeling masked and confident. Therefore I would like to convey this in my photoshoot bymaking my model look very high class and powerful.Location of shoot: Priestley College performance hall which has been transformed into a forest.Meeting point: The college receptionWardrobe: Black over the top long dress, and a mask. I have three colour masks (green, red and white) and I am going to experiment withthem all to see which I prefer.Hair and make up: The model has long curly hair and I am going to put it up so that her face is defined and we can see her face although Iwill try some photographs with her hair down.Props: The only prop that I have is included in the costume (mask) however I may ask her to use it as a prop, as trial and error to see ifanything good comes from it.Necessary Kit: Cannon EOS 500D, and a tripod. There are already stage lights in the space I am going to take the photographs.