http://instatbt.com/Place/houston-texas/212962809Houston, TexasShe was unstoppable. Not because she did not have failures or doubts, bit because she continued on despite them.
Lately I've been craving to create new work, push myself out of my comfort zone and see where the path leads. Insecurities and self doubt are still battles faced everyday. How do you push yourself? I'd love some tips! 🙏
Retouching - bellakotak & solsticeretouch
Stylist - dawnohlssonbell
Hair & Makeup - rollinwithstone
Model - Rachel nealhamilagency Lighting technician - obigrant / 100mmstudios
Assistant - Katinka Barragan
Clothing: Coronation Vintage
Jewellery: My Flaming Heart
Madeline ShayneMadeline Shayne2017-10-21The details in Passages are some of my very favorite parts. Which is why I like posting cropped-in details from the series so much.⠀
As a side note, I think my sister should test out platinum hair next. What do you think?⠀
(She currently has purple highlights, so I don't think platinum would be too much or a stretch for her!) https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/22637222_101086477324723_8473773494922903552_n.jpg2017-10-21
http://instatbt.com/Place/boston-chinatown-neighborhood-center---bcnc/421421Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center - BCNCMC Hao in Boston, Ma.
We were shooting from late afternoon well into the evening. Walking around Chinatown, we looked for alleyways and spots with any kind of unique ambient light. We found one place that managed to act as a spotlight on Mike.
The more grime, the better. This was taken when I starting to experiment with capturing portraits on a tripod. Beforehand, I used to keep the camera in my hand and follow the action. I found the camera separated the subject and me. This is the shoot that helped me slow down, pick the composition and let me engage with my subject more effectively. Thanks mikemai2awesome for a very fun shoot!
Madeline ShayneMadeline Shayne2017-10-21I don't talk about this a lot, because I really hate sounding like I'm bragging, but I think ultimately I am doing myself a disservice.⠀
I was an expat kid. Traveling has been a way of life since I was 9 years old and my family moved to Düsseldorf, Germany. I graduated from high school in New Delhi, India. Rather than spending Christmases at home, my family traveled instead. I have been places. A LOT of places.⠀
But I don't want this to be about impressing you. Because I hate that.⠀
I'm bringing it up because I have THOUSANDS of photos, filed away on hard drives, hiding where no one will ever see them... and it's kind of.... a tragedy... Traveling has been such an intrinsic part of my life, and I NEVER talk about it on here, which means the photos stay hidden. Like they never even happened. So here's to changing that. From now on, I'm letting the hidden memories make an appearance.⠀
And here's one to start with: Christmas 2010 in Sapa, Vietnam, hiking through villages tucked into the mountain side, glistening rice fields and the most gorgeous fog surrounding us on every side. https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/22637087_517029948638170_2062139499617452032_n.jpg2017-10-21