for this shoot, we went to marshall beach, which is a secluded sliver of sand and rocks where san franciscans flock to flaunt their banana hammocks and bare buns in warm weather. it wasn’t exactly a temperature to strip down in, so i didn’t anticipate the gang of photographers that became our audience. while they weren’t dropping trou, they were there to capture the glowing golden gate bridge against a sunset-lit sky (and getting more than they hiked down the cliffside for!).
my goal for this golden hour was to play with form in motion, light, and texture. we managed to accomplish all three, thanks to a generous stretch of sunlight and an abundance of sea spray. and maybe feeling like a celebrity because there’s a private photographer and paparazzi helps bring out the model in all of us.