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Fashion Campaign Photo Shoot | BTS with Award Winning Team

By Jules Ebe on July 26th 2013

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Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes when a professional team create those looks you see in the hair ads? Pravana partners with Sherri Jessee, Editorial Hairstylist of the Year – NAHA 2013, and photographer Julia Kuzmenko McKim in their recent ad campaign.

Take a look . . .

BTS Pravana Chromasilk Photo Shoot

[REWIND: Learn how Julia retouches her images – Digital Photo Retouching: Beauty, Fashion and Portrait Photography and Creative Retouching in a Day]

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Credits:
Models: Korrina Rico, Nicole Kristin, Brielle
Hair & Makeup: Sherri Jessee, Editorial Hairstylist of the Year, NAHA 2013
Photo & Post: Julia Kuzmenko McKim
Lighting Assistant: Jake Edmondson
Videographer: James Michael Kriha

Until Next Time . . .

Stay Inspired ~ Jules

CREDITS: Photographs by Julia Kuzmenko McKim have been used with permission for SLR Lounge. Do not copy, modify or re-post this article or images without express permission from SLR Lounge and the artist.

About

is a Southern California based Conceptual Artist and Photographer. Her work has been featured in several print publications and selections can be seen in local gallery exhibitions. Connect with her on Facebook and Google+.

4 Comments

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  1. Anthony McFarlane

    Beautiful work overall!

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  2. Chyves

    Well put Robert! But I do like her work, obviously the production of it all was very well thought out.

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  3. AA Retouching

    There’s no doubt that Julia is a talented photographer; however, I am not a fan of her retouching. To me, they look too over-processed especially with the eyes and the photos look like CGI characters

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    • Robert

      I always wonder why people say things like this. Style is subjective. It’s her style, and it’s well done. It’s not my style, but I have the breadth of experience to recognize the work that went into these. If it’s not your style, why would you even bother to say something negative? Why wouldn’t you just move on to the next article?

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