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Have you ever googled your name?

I have. And this is how I discovered I was featured on WPZOOM as one of 10 inspiring sites using WPZOOM recently.

 

Wanna See?

My 15 mins of fame. You will have to scroll to the very very very bottom of this article geared for creative professionals, and there I am. Holding down the number 9 spot. Okay, so I might of been chosen as number 9 out of 10 websites, but I am okay with that.

Oh, and yes…WPZOOM’s article author, did call me a “he”. However, I will forgive him/her. Ha. Maybe that means I am a super great professional photographer, since I was referred to as a male photographer instead of a female photographer. #pressforprogress  #unisexnames

 

redding ca photographer featured on WordPress minimalist website for professional photographers

 

 

When I was designing my fashion website, I took a few things into consideration:

  • color theory
  • fast preview of my portfolio
  • minimalist classic design

I purchased the Tempo site created by the inventive Pavel Ciorici. His aesthetic design was exactly what I was looking for. It is exciting to also see my website as a Customer Example on their buy page.

 

That’s not all.

I was taught how to mirror a site by my husband, my fashion site actually. Trying to be a good little girl and not buy anything new, I found out that Pavel Ciorici’s Tempo website can be used more than one time, so bonus points. And Jesse was the man to help me clone the site, by doing it himself…with me watching.

Excited to announce that in the next few days I will have my commercial photography website up serving Northern California and anywhere a client would like to fly me. Hopeful thinking. Why not?

Speaking of saying something on the interwebs, one day I wish to live, work, play in San Francisco and New York. There…said it.

 

Would you like to see more?

If you would like to view more of my work, please visit my other websites HERE.

How to contact me?

jamiesoloriophoto@hotmail.com

530-355-5272

OR via my website contact page,

xoxo,

Jamie

This image came about via a request from creative, Robin Fator of The Redding Fashion Alliance.  Robin had asked me if I would like to create something for Redding Fashion Alliance’s newest window display.  She told me she was looking for something painterly and using the color of the year for 2018, Ultra Violet.  Robin also told me that I could use one of Gini Holmes‘ Silk Kimono’s she hand creates in her studio.  Redding Fashion Alliance will hang this fashion portrait mid January of 2018, which has been printed as a 20×30 and will be mounted in a gold leaf frame.

This image was inspired by the great Peter Lindbergh’s portrait of Milla Jovovich featured in Vogue Italia 1998.  I happened to buy myself Peter Lindbergh’s book A Different Vision of Fashion Photography recently and fell so in love with this one image of Milla Jovoich. However, interestingly enough, I am not able to find that image online to show you…it seems to only exist in the book.  I do have a copy of it on my Instagram, if you would like to see it.  The light I created was similar to Mr. Lindbergh’s light, but different.  I used 3 light sources to create this photograph.  The main light was my Elinchrom with reflector and a purple gel.  The lights that shape her face in orange and blue were created by using my SB-900’s on slave mode.  I also took inspiration for the color of the light from my color theory book Interaction of Color by Josef Albers.

I knew which model immediately, Jennifer Mailhot.  We had trouble this week collaborating, so Jennifer was brave enough to cut a heavy bang herself.  Kya Solorio was our makeup artist for this shoot, and used Mac’s “Sin” lipstick with some shadow to create depth for the lip.  Dennis Luberus was my photography assistant for the shoot.  Rajneesh Kushwaha of RJ Retouch created the skin retouch and I did the creative edit.

Team Credits

 

Are you a maker or a designer?  If so, please take some time to check out The Redding Fashion Alliance.  The Redding Fashion Alliance celebrated the holiday season and their relocation to the downtown area with a Holiday Open House event on December 22, 2017. Members of the Redding community stopped by 1698 Market Street to tour the maker space, network, mingle, meet the directors, enjoy the refreshments, and find out more about utilizing the organization.

Special Thanks to:
Jan Kearns (catering)
Gini Holmes (volunteer)
Jamie Solorio Photography (images)

If you would like to view more of my work, please visit my other websites HERE.

xoxo,

Jamie

Just had to share some of Cambria’s Fall 2017 for Heavenly Avonlee Couture.  More to come later!

Model Avonlee, Cambria’s lovely little girl playing in that gorgeous blue dress in a field of tall beige weeds surrounding her as she twirls happily.

Like to book a session with me, please contact me HERE. If you would live to view more of my work, please visit my other websites HERE.

xoxo,

Jamie

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Cambria, oh my gosh…love getting to collaborate with you!  Your pieces are divine and I love getting to use them over and over again in the studio with my clients.  Anybody who is looking for that custom piece for a wedding, special event, or just for the simple reason of, perfection for your little girl must check out Cambria’s shop Heavenly Avonlee Couture over on Etsy.  I promise you will not be disappointed!

Want to create a fun shoot like this for your special little girl with me?  If so please do contact me.  These are great for the rainy season we seem to be having right now, we will be in my warm studio with cartoons playing for your littles!  I developed a fun way to get my younger subjects to look where I want while Cambria and I were working together a few weeks ago with her beautiful girls.  To view other photography services I offer, please take a looksie HERE.

If you would like to book a session with me, please contact me HERE. If you would live to view more of my work, please visit my other websites HERE.

xoxo,

Jamie

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Have to say..I wasn’t planning a shoot tonight, but thought I would get a little exercise and had an opening when Bridget, Hayden’s mom gave me a call.  My fave part of the senior portrait session was when we were in the downtown parking structure with Hayden’s 66 Mustang at the very end of the shoot.

I brought my lights, just because I thought it would be fun to have a bit more control of the light in there for the car part of the shoot!  I have shot a smiliar look before with another Shasta High School senior and model, Bailey Gurell.

Thanks Hayden for doing your thing…if you weren’t sick…I might of bugged you to stay a bit longer! lol!  Hopefully in the future I will get you in front of my camera for my other site I am currently working on each week!  I am constantly looking for people to collaborate with, so if you know anybody who is interested in photography, modeling, video, hair, makeup, styling…please send them my way!

Thanks again Bridget for assisting and Hayden for playing the part.  Here is a little sneak peek, cause I was excited to see these! lol.

If you would like to book a session with me, please contact me HERE. If you would live to view more of my work, please visit my other websites HERE.

xoxo,
Jamie

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September 19, 2016 in {Fashion}

web_jamie-solorio-realfake-magazine-mariya-krutikova-melanie-barrowThank you so much Paula for allowing your beautiful daughter, Melanie to be my test subject this week!  She is stunning!  I see good things for her future, not to mention she is BRILLIANT!  How many 16 year olds do you know who work, and go to Simpson College?  Oh, yes…she has already graduated from high school and in COLLEGE!

Mariya…holy cow!  That makeup is beyond amazing!  Seriously…love working with your extreme talent!

Just an update on all that has been going on over here in my world…lol.  Recently I was invited to speak at the Shasta Venture Hub about the Future of Fashion that was created by Rachel Hatch.  I spoke along side some very talented people.  There will be a future blog post on that once I get to editing the pictures and Jesse the video.

Also, Robin Fator of Dark Pony Designs and myself just launched a collaborative magazine by the name of RealFake Magazine…much more on that to come too!

Still working on my weekly light tests to build some fun photography skills and my commercial site.  Looking forward to sharing more…but now it is time to break and be with my man!

xoxo,

Jamie

August 24, 2016 in {Fashion}

A little sneak from tonight’s weekly light test.   Elena, seriously gorgeous!  Love your look and can’t wait to work with you again!  Jen, the makeup was gorgeous…you can check out her portfolio HERE.  Styled by Robin Fator of Dark Pony Designs, and skirt can be purchased HERE.  Also, thank you to Mitch, Lee and Jesse for being our zombie look out and helping with lighting and gear!  More to come soon, but now I am going to bed.

xoxo,

Jamiejamiesolorio

August 10, 2016 in {Fashion}, {Studio}

I would like to introduce Robin Fator of Dark Pony Designs my partner in crime!  She and I have been doing a lot, I mean a lot of collaborative work together!  To see some of our work please visit my commercial site I am working on Jamie Solorio.  Not to mention I consider her one of my good friends, so it is a win win!  She had asked me to come down and document her teaching the Etsy Craft Entrepreneurship class in Redding at the Pacific Sky computer lab.  To find out more about Robin Fator please visit www.robinfator.com.

If you would like to book a session with me, please contact me HERE. If you would live to view more of my work, please visit my other websites HERE.

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