On one day, the theme was Portraits (and also featured two young girls who made great 'little sisters' for met!), and on the other day, the focus was boudoir/nude. I've been sent a few shots from some of the attending photographers, so have some to show here, which is nice!
As always, I had a great time modelling for this creative and talented pair - they really do know their stuff. I'll be posing for them again in May, during my jaunt to Scotland (4th-14th), which I'm sure will be a great experience, working with them on their 'own turf'! :-)
No strangers to travel, they teach, demonstrate and lecture all over the place - you can keep up with their latest comings and goings via their website, if you think you'd like some tuition of some sort: http://www.yerburystudio.com/
Below are some of the images I've been sent:
These were taken by Manes Pangalos, from Athens:
The above wig utterly confused certain members of the group; I reappeared after a quick change and caused bafflement over where the 'other' model had gone! It does make quite a difference, doesn't it...
A portrait taken by Jane Cox:
More boudoir, by Steve Murray:
And another from Tony Cashen:
Faye and Trevor squeeze in a few moments of shooting me when they possibly can, between helping out the photographers, so finally here are some of their results too:
By Faye Yerbury:
And by Trevor Yerbury:
And I love this version Trevor posted on facebook, after 'playing around':
The Yerbury stand, down in the exhibition hall, looked absolutely wonderful. Here are some snapshots I took on my phone afterwards, plus a few images I spotted myself in, successfully awarded in the 20 X 16 print competition (two by Faye and the coloured image of Ivory Flame and I, shot by Keith Cooper):
And, while I'm here, here's a shot Faye took of me on another day, which I don't think has appeared on this blog before. Very classical!