Take a look at this new ‘behind the scenes’ video, which shows how Australian photographer Alexia Sinclair creates her elaborate 18th-Century-inspired nudes.

Ever wondered how Alexia Sinclair creates her sumptuous 18th-Century-inspired portraits?

Her new work, “Rococo,” comprises a series of theatrical images inspired by the lives, fashions, gardens and motifs of 18th century high society. Sinclair has just posted a new ‘behind the scenes’ video, which shows the lengths she goes to to make her beautiful images.

Photography and Postproduction: Alexia Sinclair
Lighting: James Hill
Assisting: Elanna Harlow
Beauty: Sahra Bull and Sarah Laidlaw
Models: Monique Kathleen, Kristine Jensson, Hanna Marie, Anastasia Fishburn, Nadia Gritten
Alexandrine parrot: Alex

ROCOCO (behind the scenes) from Alexia Sinclair on Vimeo.

 

Perfumier's Rose, 2015. (1148 x 1118mm, Achival Pigment, Edition of 9). Photo © Alexia Sinclair.

                                                                                    Perfumier’s Rose, 2015. (1148 x 1118mm, Achival Pigment, Edition of 9). Photo © Alexia Sinclair.

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