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Hello I Love You Fashion Editorial by Zeno Gill

Fashion Editorial by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film
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Today, we’re featuring a new fashion editorial from film photographer Zeno Gill. Shot in Brooklyn, Zeno experiments with double exposures, film burns, and more in this awesome urban setting. Here are a few words from Zeno about this set…

I shot these images with model Olya Jidkov in Brooklyn, New York. It was a perfect, gorgeous day, and we had a great time exploring and shooting. We encountered an oddly located Jim Morrison poster in the window of a seemingly abandoned shop and briefly discussed The Doors, hence the title of the set. I used a Canon AE1 with Kodak Portra 400.

Analog cameras and films used: Canon AE-1 (Find at KEH Camera or Ebay) | Kodak Portra 400 (Find on Amazon)

Connect with Zeno: Website | Instagram | Model: Olya Jidkov

Fashion Editorial by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film

Fashion Editorial by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film

Fashion Editorial by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film

Fashion Editorial by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film

Fashion Editorial by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film

Fashion Editorial by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film

Fashion Editorial by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film

Fashion Editorial by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film

Fashion Editorial by Zeno Gill on Shoot It With Film

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