Model Interview: Travis Talks After A Photo Shoot At A Volleyball Court
Travis talks after a photo shoot at a volleyball court. He explains how he brought sand to add to his arms to simulate a beach scene…
photographer: So, what was the most surprising thing about your photo shoot?
model: Just how quick it went.
photographer: How long did it take?
model: Just seconds. Just about like two minutes and it was over.
photographer: What did you think the shoot would be like before you showed up today?
model: I thought it would be a lot tougher than I thought.
photographer: Why do you think?
model: A lot longer.
photographer: Is it better to shoot when there is like nobody around?
model: Yeah. It was a lot less distractions here.
photographer: What do you think about people walking by, or jogging or walking their dog or something?
model: Would be kind of strange. I don’t know.
photographer: Good. What do your parents think of all this?
model: I don’t know yet. We’ll find out.
photographer: So, how did you get the sand effect on your photo, on your arms?
model: We stole this sand from a sand volleyball net and we got it on campus, right by more dorms, so we put it on with baby oil.
photographer: Did you put baby oil on first?
photographer: And what’s the idea with sand o your body? What’s it supposed to look like?
model: Its sort of to look like I fell during a play or something.
photographer: But where are you actually shooting the photo at?
model: Where? At a grass volleyball net. I don’t know.
photographer: and there is no sand around.
model: yes, no sand.
photographer: Cool. Alright, what’s the most interesting thing about your photo shoot? Can you say?
model: I don’t know.
photographer: The one most interesting thing about it… you can remember.
model: I got nothing.