This is a playful and bold fashion photography series, by esteemed photographer Dean Bradshaw, was inspired by the movie “The Master of Disguise” (released in 2002). The over the top, vivid colours pictures were taken by the American photographer Dean Bradshaw (Los Angeles). The images jump off the page with child-like joy in an eccentric, fun environment. The styling is eclectic, and the atmosphere is dynamic. Model Ann-Marie Hoang looks like she is having a ball with all the props, like a kid in a candy store.
About Dean Bradshaw
Being married to a photographer often I hear that it’s all about the camera. I absolutely disagree. In the case of Dean Bradshaw, his images are more than just ordinary images. The work is technically and exquisitely lit. The fashion and prop styling impeccable. Bradshaw seems to have a real connection with the person he is shooting, and thus has the ability to truly capture the essence of the subject. The comedic conceptual work “The Golden Years” is both funny and sympathetic to the elderly subjects, with lighting akin to 1950’s postcards.
Much of Dean’s work is hyperreal – with crisp and crunch structured processing and insanely good composition. Check his Behance page here.