One of the most demanding fashion parades to shoot each year is StyleAID. Reasons? The parade usually goes for an hours to showcase over 10 designers. That means models won’t just come out one by one. It’s choreographed to entertain patrons, fit in as many designers as possible within an hour and to make it as spectacular as possible. Photographers are usually left to capture the scene often over the audiences’ head. There are lots of background ‘noise’ and we have to deal with more of theatrical lighting conditions than the usual daylight of runway lighting. It takes a lot of practice to capture right skin tones and motions of models. What you see here is results of shooting fashion runways from 2008. In other words, a lot of practice.