Neston Simoes Honey And Sprinkles Shoot

This Photographer Covered His Subject In Honey And Sprinkles With Interesting Results

 

As a freelance photographer, Neston Simoes shoots weddings and events. He also has a great love for conceptual and fine art and feels that he is on a journey learning more and more about photography every day. Neston enjoys pushing boundaries and trying new techniques, for example in this shoot, he covered his friend's face with honey syrup and sprinkles! Although it sounds icky and must have been pretty uncomfortable for his friend, the resulting images are awesome! Take a look!
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