Shot at Sandown Raceway with Aussie model Jarrod Scott, Terrey said of our fashion story (p184): “It went well, even though it poured with rain from the moment we arrived, until the time we left – when it cruelly stopped.”
WHAT WAS SCOTT LIKE TO WORK WITH?
Great – he never once said that he was bothered by the rain. Though it’s a little soul-destroying to watch someone get soaked from head to toe, and still be the best looking dude on the planet.
ANY PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS?
Consider what you’re trying to achieve before putting the camera to your eye. Work out what you want to shoot and how, then you’ll already know what you want from the photo, and the rest will fall into place.
AND POINTERS FOR LOOKING GOOD IN PICTURES?
Confidence – you can see it in a person’s face if they’re not feeling it. But the most important thing is not to take yourself too seriously. On set we often take serious-looking shots, but we’re usually having fun. Some of the best shots come from candid moments.
ANYTHING TO AVOID?
There’s nothing wrong with making mistakes, as long as you learn from them. Remember to take the lens cap off before shooting – but then again, I still do that a lot.
Like most fashion photographers, Peter Lindbergh is a regular inspiration. I also love Vincent van de Wijngaard’s work. Both have a cinematic approach to beauty that’s hard to replicate.