The WORK Magazine 'Flashlights' Spread Shows the Power of Light

By: Meghan Young - Published: Aug 1, 2011 • References: &
The power of light in photoshoot sessions is pretty insane; take a look at the WORK Magazine Flashlights photo series to see what I mean. With the strategic use of illumination here and there either used as physical props or to generally set the mood, this shoot is made eerily captivating.

Shot by Los Angeles-based fashion photographer Julia Galdo, the WORK Magazine Flashlights photo series has a magical, even ghostly vibe to it that will surely send a shiver down your spine. That is, if you actually take a moment to let the feelings evoked take over. You may get distracted, however, by just how well shot this editorial is. Even the model's emotions will have you mesmerized. Stats for Eerily Illuminated Editorials Trending: Older & Chilly
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