Wonderland 'The Queen's Armada'

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    Everything in this image was made or designed by myself including the steel galleons. There is no cloning, or photoshop tricks. Everything you see was in front of the camera when the picture was taken. To see a short film of the props being made at the steel factory, and to see over 90 photos of the development of this character and shoot, please visit my website diary here - www.kirstymitchellphotography.com/diary/?p=1333

    Model - Ash@nevs models
    Hair and Make-up - Elbie Van Eeden
    Costume design / making, and prop design - myself.
    Assistants - Andrew Stevensen, Matthew Stevensen, Shauna Stevensen, Hannah Coates.
    With special thanks to Cirrus-Laser factory for creating the ships.

    website - www.kirstymitchellphotography.com
    fb group - www.facebook.com/pages/Kirsty-Mitchell-Photography/120858...

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    1. Danny Linkes 26 months ago | reply

      Wow, I like the smoke :)

    2. Sigi K ॐ 26 months ago | reply

      this is simply superb and beyond.

      I was wondering how you got the steel ships to stay afloat - did they get rigged to something?

      well done..

    3. pretty in pixels 26 months ago | reply

      you are an inspiration

    4. Jon Winters 26 months ago | reply

      Magical! A well deserved win as Vogue photo of the day.

    5. Ralph_Carter 25 months ago | reply

      I feel like I have quite literally stumbled into a wonderland after coming across your stream.
      I am so incredibly impressed with your creativeness and attention to detail. It just blows my mind! Each one of your photos are absolutely magnificent, and this one is no exception. I wish you the best in all that you do because you sure deserve it!

    6. Kirsty Mitchell 25 months ago | reply

      Thank you Ralph very happy you like the series :)
      Sigi - yes they were held up with metal rods attached to the back of them embedded in the mud of the water bed. It was really hard work, the set up time for the entire picture was 5 hours. You can read about the shoot on my blog .

    7. coco♥rose [deleted] 25 months ago | reply

      absolutely exquisite

    8. Imhara 24 months ago | reply

      Wow, this is amazingly pretty and delicate and beautiful and creative !

    9. Sigi K ॐ 24 months ago | reply

      - i have watched the movie - wow you did great.!

    10. Ola Lila 24 months ago | reply

      something amazing

    11. Kacie Robertson 24 months ago | reply

      Wow. this is amazing!

    12. -FRED- 23 months ago | reply

      A thousand wows.

    13. Scvos 23 months ago | reply

      ah ah really good

    14. LittleMissPlump - Sara 22 months ago | reply

      All of your pictures are amazing, but for me, I think this is my favourite! ~ Sara

    15. louids 15 months ago | reply

      all that work i can't imagine, but it has truly paid off because it is magnificent, thank you so much for sharing your inspiring and creative images with us!

    16. Fajita 15 months ago | reply

      I am speechless! You designed all this!
      Bravo, such talent.

    17. terret_sylvain 11 months ago | reply

      Fantastic! I love the forest atmosphere and the paper boat, very interesting.

    18. Kid of Ozz 8 months ago | reply

      Your talent is beyond magic! :D

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