Empyrean008: The Lilacian Queen

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    To all of those who followed my older work, you may recognize this dress (inspired by Alexander McQueens floral gown) from a series we did about 2 summers ago. It sat in my attic un-used, I finally decided it needed to be painted purple and blue and photographed with the Lilacian Queen amongst the beautiful flowers. It took Alisha, mum and I three days to make. I am glad we got to re-use the dress again.

    More images will be coming with the full blog post.

    Model- Amanda B
    Make-up/hair: Lee-Anne Wilson

    Read about this shoot here- danielamajicphotography.blogspot.ca/2012/05/empyrean-006-...

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    R.Alice, kevin.chavez, and 80 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Andreas Climent | Flickrista.com 36 months ago | reply

      Very cool.

      This photo will be featured on Flickrista in the coming weeks.


    2. amsandy.... Rosey's Exposures 36 months ago | reply

      I Had the pleasure of Visiting the Lilac Dell ay Hamiltons RBG earlier today and they are not as full as these. I Love this concept and set. Beautiful work and photstream.

    3. artos_thebear 36 months ago | reply

      So gorgeous! I love the tip of her head and the lines of her body; so lovely and graceful :)

    4. simply▲chloe 36 months ago | reply

      this is crazy good!

    5. Kathystudio 35 months ago | reply

      I love this colour

    6. Daniela Majic 31 months ago | reply

      Thank you all so much for the unbelievably kind comments xx I love lilac season! The RBG is gorgeous for lilacs and blossoms in the spring, unfortunately it gets soo packed that I dont think I could get away with shooting there without a permit or getting kicked out :( I photographed the CEO of the RBG a few months ago for a business magazine and he told me that the RBG used to be a public garden, basically open to the public all the time without paying to enter, and you didn't need a permit or anything to photograph there. I wish it was like that now... sigh* well at least this way they can maintain its beauty :)... sorry for the novel there lol... thank you for your kind words! :)

    7. DigiDi 31 months ago | reply

      Beautifully done! So's the other one!

      Thank you for sharing your wonderful art!

      ART IN ALL LANGUAGES
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