Photographer, set manager and model are all the same person in this photo series shot in ice-cold Iceland. Photographer Sorelle Amore has taken photos of herself in below-freezing temperatures in Iceland for a new photo series. So how does she do it? The process requires endurance and the ability to tolerate harsh conditions. Once the location has been chosen, props are set up first, then the camera. All the while, Amore is in easy-to-remove layers.
Winter swimsuit: the guide
Snow Bikini Stock Photos & Snow Bikini Stock Images - Alamy
So you're finally getting a chance to use that PTO, and you somehow managed to get all of your friends on board for a dreamy winter getaway to a sunny island. As soon as temperatures start to drop, most retailers quickly get rid of any summery dresses, tops, and swimsuits left in stock in order to make room for those fall and winter essentials. We're not complaining. We love a great end-of-season sale. And we get it. The demand for bathing suits is obviously not enough for retailers to waste precious square footage on bikinis during that time of the year. But what if you're one of the lucky few with an opportunity to trade in the snow for sand between your toes?
We Dare You: Bikinis In Winter
The Australian photographer has captivated thousands of Instagram followers through her whimsical photos, where she braved subzero temperatures in her bikini with the majestic snowfields of Iceland as her backdrop. I knew before the end of my first visit that I needed to stay in Iceland. And that's precisely what I did," Sorelle told BuzzFeed. Having been a photographer at Sherbet Birdie Pin Up Photography before I left Sydney, it's ingrained in me to pose and produce photos that are fun and celebrate women.
Bikini tops are pretty much just awesome-looking bras in water-friendly fabrics, right? So why not take that one step further? I dare you to replace your bra with a bikini top tomorrow.