We shot these at "Murphy Ranch", deep in the woods of the Pacific Palisades and it has a bit of a history; it was originally designed as a base for Nazi activities in the US. It was intended to be a self-sustaining base, complete with a water storage tank, a fuel tank, and a bomb shelter. The day after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, police raided the place and detained the members within.
We walked down 500+ steps to shoot within this eerie bit of graffiti-covered history but the results were totes worth it. :)
There is something something so unearthly about shooting underwater.
Feeling weightless allows you to pose in acrobatic ways that would otherwise seem impossible. I've shot several times underwater and each time I feel as if I am apart of some kind of beautiful, gravity-free ballet.