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Hockey shoot with Sandis in the studio

A few weeks ago I was working out in the gym when Sandis approached me about a hockey ball i had with me in there. I explained it was essential for muscle injury to release tight muscle. I didnt know then that he was a hockey player. But we chatted and while and continued in our separate workouts.

A little later I asked him if he would be interested in a model photo shoot. He had not did anything like that before but was interested in it. Before we left he asked if it would be possible to have a shoot with his hockey gear on him. Not something i have done before but felt like a challenge. 

Over the next week we chatted online and he sent me a photo of the look he was after.

The plan was then to do a low key shoot with the hockey gear and then to move that into a darker look for the model shoot.

Below you can see some of the images we captured from this and you can easily see how natural Sandis is for his first model shoot.

We are making plans for a location shoot that I'm looking forward.























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