November 12th, 2011 by Bjørn Christiansen
Third part of model testing with my Rasmus Michelsen Aarhus. Rasmus is represented by model agency Modelbureauet ModelBooking. Clothing and styling was done at [ei´kon], a fashion store for both men and women. Anonymous, black jeans, a white t-shirt, blazer, black, high boots and a murse is what gives this model a rocky touch.
What is a murse? Well, I just learned that that was the slang for male bags or purses. It is supposed to be a masculine way to carry around papers, laptops and other electronic devices, you’ll be the judge of that. A murse is also refereed to as a male nurse, fag bag or a man-bag.
The location of this shoot was over and under the bridge down town Århus, Åboulevarden and Skt. Clemens Bro. On the first picture where Rasmus is walking across the bridge, the light hit the surrounding building and helped out lighting the scene. The second and third picture is more film noir feel more than the classical commercial fashion. The second picture is shot on the walkway right beneath the first picture, and the third is shot in the staircase right next to Restaurant & Cocktail Bar Copenhagen. This part of the series should in theory give a little more sense of motion rather than the two previous sections.
Tags: Århus, blazer, boots, Danmark, Denmark, Ei´kon, fag bag, fashion, fotograf, gatefoto, male fashion, mannemote, mode, model testing, ModelBooking, Modelbureauet Modelbooking, modeltesting eikon, mote for menn, murse, Nikon 35mm f/2.0D, Nikon 50mm f/1.4D, photographer, Rasmus Michelsen, street, testing, TFP