Behind the Scenes with Madison Flowers: Creating Beauty Together

11/26/2016 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments



Today we have the pleasure to feature photographer Aaron Anderson with his latest project "Madison Flowers" . We hope you enjoy with this behind the scene .

I have posted about topics similar to this before, but for this post I wanted to talk specifically about collaborating with other artists. I think at the heart of this topic is something very simple that I believe in with my whole heart, the idea is this: PEOPLE WANT TO CREATE AND BE A PART OF BEAUTIFUL THINGS.



I always arrive on set early. I mean, I am a punctual person, but that's not why I do it. I actually love being on set, there is something about it...something unlike anything most people will ever experience. Especially in the beginning of my career I loved being around and on set, it didn't matter how much, or even if I was getting paid, I just wanted to be there.

Most of the creatives that I have met feel the same way, especially if they love what they do, we just want to be around it. I bring this up because I think a lot of creatives seem to act as if they are the only ones who feel this way, like they can't ask other people just to create for the pure joy of it if money isn't involved. Granted, I like money, and I think most of the people I work with would like to make money, but at the core of what we do is not money. It's passion and creativity.





With this post I want to encourage you to do something big and scary, and to ask other people to come alongside you to make it a reality. I think you'll be surprised how many people are not only willing, but WANT to help you with your vision. Think big, think dream locations, think beautiful Models, think incredible Make Up Artists, think talented Videographers, think amazing Assistants, you get the idea...THINK BIG! Below are two of the most recent collaborations we have worked on...working with crews of up to 7 people, just to make something beautiful.

This article and all the images were originally published on aaronandersonphoto.com and shared with his permission

About Aaron Anderson:

Aaron Anderson Photography started back in 2009 with a camera and a speedlight. My goal was to create images that people wanted to stare at, even if they weren't sure why. I specialize in composite photography and hi-end retouching, which means that everything you see is done by me from start to finish. Let's Get Connected: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram


Video by Gabriel Jacobson of Storyteller Creative storytellercc.com


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