If you’re a fashion photographer looking for a surefire way to keep attention on the designer's creations, try covering up your model’s face during the photoshoot. You can opt for an elegant masquerade mask, a wide brimmed hat or perhaps an approach similar to that of the Metal Magazine March April 2011 issue.
In the spread, photographer Daniel Sannwald chose to use cherry blossoms, leafy branches and full bangs to conceal the face of the model. This particular style of photography used in the Metal Magazine March/April 2011 issues draws attention away from the model and instead toward the beautiful coral-colored collection. The three-dimensional floral appliqués add texture and complement the cherry blossoms within the set designed by Alun Davies.
Overall, the fringe dresses and floral ensembles styled by Raquel Garcia are effectively showcased by drawing attention away from the model's identity. Coral colors and elements of nature fit well into this spread in the Metal Magazine March/April 2011 issue.
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