- Paris

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Slightly overdue... But here's the editorial for

Check out the full spread at here.

Editor: Chin Leng
Photography/styling: Zhang Jingna
Photography assistant: Adrien
Hair/makeup: Andrea Perry-Bevan
Model: Anne S

Nursing my horrible sunburn from Lijiang right now. Sighhh.

See behind-the-scenes post here.


Fzng said...

this series is awesome!

Boon said...

Interesting series. Great work!

Tim said...

Stunning work!

Maria Olshevska said...

Wow! these are breathtaking! I especially love the 8th image, its fantastic!

Yamabuki said...

Beautiful pics. Sorry to hear about sunburn. This is what mayo clinic says to do for sunburn:

most effective sunburn treatment simply helps ease your discomfort:

Keep it cool. Apply cold compresses — such as a towel dampened with cool water — to the affected skin. Or take a cool bath.

Keep it moist. Apply aloe, moisturizing cream or over-the-counter hydrocortisone cream to the affected skin. Beware of sunburn treatment products containing anesthetics, such as benzocaine. There's little evidence that these products are effective. In some cases, they may even irritate the skin.

Leave blisters intact. If blisters form, don't break them. You'll only slow the healing process and increase the risk of infection. If needed, lightly cover blisters with gauze.

Take an over-the-counter pain reliever. If needed, take anti-inflammatory medication — such as aspirin or ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, others) — according to the label instructions until redness and soreness subside.

Treat peeling skin gently. Within a few days, the affected area may begin to peel. This is simply your body's way of getting rid of the top layer of damaged skin. While your skin is peeling, continue to use moisturizing cream.


Nothing said...

I know those place ! lol
Well done my dear !

Anna said...


Joseph Holley said...

These are absolutely incredible. Fantastic work!

Stephanie said...

so beautiful! I lovee the dresses :D

Richard Ibrahim said...

these are absolutely beautiful! what awesome locations :D:D

Christina ♪ said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous shots! I love them all!

Chica Especial said...

they make me wanna get married.
fantastic job, amnd the dresses are lovely....

Tricia said...

photo #5- that looks like Alan Rickman (fav. actor of mine) standing at the far right of the model, next to the two women- one of whom looks very familiar too!

Anonymous said...

hi, this is a random comment (not really relating to this work) but i've been lurking on your deviantart account for a while but have been too lazy to comment lol

anyways, just wanna say that i really like your photos!!

Zhang Jingna said...

Thanks Yamabuki for the sunburn info!

And thanks everyone else for the comment! It's really encouraging for the team when they read these. :D

hermithole said...

This is one of my favourite sets of photos from you. <3 It has such class and elegance to it. I constantly feel like I'm repeating what everyone else has already said, but they are absolutely stunning -- the models, the setting, the fashion, the flowers... ;_; The architecture gives the photos a lot of complexity and dimension - they totally steal my breath away and are quite different from your previous works, which often feature characters in a more simplistic environment.

Maybe it wasn't intentional (though coming from you it probably WAS) but that last photo? LOL, very twisted sense of humour. It's hilarious. (Or maybe it wasn't supposed to be funny, er, in that case, I don't mean to be rude. D:) The photo is to small to see clearly but was her makeup smudged? That and her cheekbones are quite startling.

I'm very, very, very curious how you managed to capture such a great shot in 5, with such spontaneous reactions.

It must be such a dream to work with gorgeous props and people everyday. Keep up the great work, as always! :)

Candice said...

Beautiful images Jingna :) Thank you for sharing, and for sharing your heart.

God bless and loves you..
Photo Studios Singapore

MarkOnePhoto said...

Superb work here :) You've done the dress designers and the city of Paris very proud :)

Mark Kathurima

Singapore Commercial Photographer said...

Just loved the images. It's always good to hear from another fellow photographer. I run a photo studio here in Singapore and it's always good to see and appreciate the photo works of others. Thanks again for sharing. Cheers.

PixSync Corporate Photographer Eugene Choy