My first time photographing a parachute dress.IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/QdxUP7 Parachute Dress #2 by Sylvia Q, on FlickrIMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2b98bQA Parachute Dress by Sylvia Q, on Flickr
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Nice shots. I have to admit though, I have never shot someone with a parachute dress on either.
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That's different. Lovely colour too.
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That has to be nearly impossible to walk with! Cool concept that would be totally disrupted by anything more than a slight breeze.
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Oct 26, 2018 14:30 as a reply to @ Point-n-shoot-n's post |
Yeah, you don't walk at all with this on. Since it's not fitted at the waist (real parachute cinched at waist with binder clips) it's easier to just slip it off and gather it up to go (pants worn underneath). We did have a very slight breeze but thankful it wasn't enough for her to lose her footing. Two days later we had winds gusting up to 70+ mph. That wouldn't have been good.