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Shang Magazine fashion photo shoot in Miami and Key West, FL

Posted 04/15/2012 by in

The first fashion-photo shoot of Shang Magazine started in the early morning of April 9 in Miami, FL.


Miss Indiana, the international supermodel, Brittany Mason, was invited to participate in this fashion shoot.


International supermodel, Shei Phan, was also invited to participate in this fashion photo shoot. Recently, her another fashion collection photos were used by the famous fashion magazine Vogue in Italian version.


There is a world's largest wetland area in the Miami. Visitors come here from all over the world everyday. The picture shows the supermodels were in the boat. A large number of wild alligators live in the adjacent waters.


The famous New York photographer, Sandy Ramirez, has been engaging in the shooting of the world’s top media and well-known brands for many years. He is the leading photographer for this fashion shoot. Molly Ming , fashion editor of Shang Magazine, and Jacqueline Greco, makeup artist for Chanel and many of the world top brands, are responsible for this photo shoot makeup. The picture shows Sandy, Molly, and Jacqueline were checking the photos.


The shooting scene


Before the crew started shooting the photos in the alligator park, a group of peacocks walked by. One of them spread his tail before the camera, showing off his beauty in competing with our models.


Jacqueline was applying the makeup for Brittany.


In the alligator park


Two supermodels held a small alligator carefully for the photo shoot.


The team did the final adjustments for Shei Phan before shooting.


The crew took the photo as sun was rising in Key West island.


The spectacular view of sunrise in Key West island.


The crew took the photo at sunrise in Key West island.


In the early morning of April 11,2012, as the sun rose, the shooting was successfully concluded. Our works will be presented in the forthcoming May-June issue of Shang Magazine.

Photos by Yue Ma | Photo description by Molly Ming | Translated by Julia Guo