Make-up and photography students work on fantasy photoshoot

Level three photography and make-up artistry students from Norton Radstock College worked together on a fantasy-themed photoshoot.

Norton-Radstock-College1--originalwp2The 21 learners were challenged as part of their courses to design, create and photograph a series of imaginative looks for posters that will be displayed around the college.

As well as applying make-up and taking the photos, learners were also involved with adjusting lighting and liaising with models to make sure they struck the right poses.

Faye Griffiths, photography course co-ordinator at the college, said: “It was good to get two diverse groups together to share their skills.

“It was a great success and we are already discussing improvements for next year.”

Cap from left: Models James Milner and Jordan Ashmen are made to look like scary mannequins by make-up artistry student Megan Scott, aged 17, and pictured by photography students Mitch Stock, 17 and Lauren Ashman, 16. Inset:

Photography students William Gill and Jacob Whittaker, both aged 17, prepare lighting for a photo as James Milner watches in the background