My best friend and longtime spiritual sister Diana had the kindness of sending me over some photographs I took of her and her cousin Sara way back in the day in 2011.
Back then I didn’t have a good camera, I didn’t wear makeup and my knowledge of Photoshop was rudimentary, at best. It was so much fun looking through these and thinking how I would have done certain things so differently know – especially how bright these filters are (yuck). Nonetheless, in true spirit of #ThrowbackThursday, I’m posting these – it’s so emotional even looking at them after so long!
It’s fun, though, to look back on old things that you thought were amazing when you did them. I have very fond memories of this day and we’ve been talking of repeating the feat for years, but having moved out of my hometown I often don’t bring my camera with me to save weight and because I don’t really need it, usually.
Funnily enough, I really liked the theme of this – creepy ‘twin sister’ like girls in an abandoned factory. Wish I could do it again now in the same place but I’m quite sure they’ve sealed it off and it’s become rather unsafe and full of squatters.
Hopefully we’ll do this again someday. With better photoshop skills.
Scroll down for the early and rudimentary attempt at a no-budget photoshoot!