Getting Me Ready For College

Getting Me Ready For College

So as I am left alone with my thoughts I cant help but go back in time when my daughter, Bennett, was a baby.  I think about how much changed in my life in an instant.  Immediately things that seemed important became irrelevant.  My entire thought process changed.  Pam and I no longer though about us as a duo but as a family.  I got to fall in love with my wife again.  Not understanding the emotion, I didn’t know where all of this was coming from but somewhat resented such a disruptive change in the way I was selfishly living my life.  I look back now and realize I was not only growing but growing up.  For true growth some things must be left behind.  I now know this but feeling my little girl is heading off to college I don’t feel at ease.  I find I feel anxious!  Not so much for her but for me.  How will this impact my life and way of life.  How emotionally I will handle all of the changes about to come my way.

As we have done through all of Bennett’s development there has been a plan.  Rarely has anything with her been left to chance.  Yes we have always prayed about her well being and for great things to occur in her life but we have always maintained a strategic road map for the goals set before us.  For this college experience we simply are out of the loupe.  Being a scholarship athlete many of our duty’s have been taken over by the school.  This leaves me feeling like my daughter will find she doesn’t need me anymore.   I assumed this role of control and responsibility 18 years ago and now the world is saying let go of the reigns, “Ive got this”!  Really?  How can I trust everything will be alright?  As our time with her dwindles I cannot help wrestling with the inevitability that my little girl is leaving me.  She is onto her own journey.  I remember leaving for college and out into the big bright world on my own.  Maybe we need to get away from our family and all the cynicism and jadedness  to get a truly fresh take on the world and what it has to offer us and what we have to offer.

At this point, do I feel Bennett needs me to help her circumnavigate the University of Alabama?  Of course not.  However, as her dad for 18 years it is hard not to try to inject myself into everything she will be doing.  Is that my own narcissism?  I don’t think so.  I look at it simply as trying to fend off any problems and any resulting pain that could come her way.  This is what dads do!  It is the habit I created many years ago and continue to foster each and every year.  After all, I have gotten better and better at understanding her problems and how to fend off the small problems before they get to be big ones.  I have gotten better at identification as well.  I believe this is true because she has grown so much as a person we are seeing more and more eye to eye.

These last two weeks have been so much fun.  Little things we have done together, lunch, shopping, ect gives me such insight into this special young lady.  Her candor about certain things, her self assuredness about others.  Her laughter and wittiness all remind me of myself when purity of thought and lack of failure were prevalent in my life.  My prayer for her is to maintain that happiness.  People flock to her now but when she gets to college she doesn’t recognize the fan base she will have, many who will look up to her and gravitate to her since her attitude is so amazing.

So we packed the Pathfinder to the roof with boxes of everything she needed and set out on our journey to Alabama. Driving and talking, listening and advising, I am sure she will be sick of me for a good while.  But as our time together is coming to a close I feel as though I am listening and looking at her more.  Making memories with my mind that I can draw on when I need to, I guess.  I really cannot describe what I am feeling as I have never felt it before.  With my job, I was lucky enough to be able to spend lots of time with Bennett and really get to know her.   Hey, maybe that is what I am feeling.  I have gotten so used to knowing everything about her that when I don’t know what she will be doing it makes me uneasy.  I’ll get over it eventually.

Arriving in Alabama and getting her set up in her dorm I couldn’t help feeling out of place.  Several of her roomates had already arrived.  They engaged in conversation that was instantly unfamiliar to me.  I busied myself with setting up her closets and hooking up TV’s ect just to justify my being there.  As I did it finally hit me.  She is going to be just fine.  She doesn’t need me there doing what I was doing but it made both of us feel better just spending those last minutes together.  I finished up and then asked her if she wanted to go to lunch.  I think she was feeling my uneasiness.  We headed out to Newk’s, a place I’d heard Pam and her talk about all last year.  As I ordered I realized, I am on her turf now.  She knows more about these places than I did and that would be happening more and more.  As we ate she told me many things about her life on campus and what she hoped it would bring.  I found myself somewhat spellbound as I listened and watched my little girl who had become this amazing young woman.  I recognized she was anxious to step up to any responsibility asked of her.  I realized she was going to be alright.  Alright?  Alright has never been enough for her.  Exceptional is more what she is after and she is ready.

I took her back to her dorm and dropped her off.  I asked if she would like to go to a late super since I was heading out first thing in the morning.  She said sure.  Now I could really feel my grip wanting to harden but really knew this was going to harder on me than her.  I picked her up for dinner about three hours after we had eaten lunch.  Obviously this meeting really wasn’t about food.  At the dinner table I said my last prayer with her.  Still asking if she needed anything else, I could feel our time slipping away.  We ran by a store on the way back and got a few more things but honestly I don’t remember what she got.  I just paid for it.  After all, I felt like I was in a movie that was stuck on fast-forward.  My time with her was slipping away.  As I pulled in front of her building the hustle of others moving in was still going on at 10PM.  I got out of the car, walked around it and embraced Bennett longer than I felt I ever had.  It was so long I feared she recognized it.  She let me.  I think if I’d have hugged her longer she would have let me as well.  She knew what I knew.  We would never be the same.  This experience will change us both.  After a quick kiss, I told her I love her.  I got in my car and drove out of sight.

That drive in the morning was the longest trip I felt I had ever driven alone.  I’d driven, several times to Los Angeles, but this trip from Alabama to Orlando was an eternity.  The cavernous inside of my empty Pathfinder was a constant reminder that my little girl has grown up and is on her own way.  Now I must be a distant observer and let her welcome me into her world.  I look forward to that day but for now I will smile and be proud of her; Proud she chooses to do this on her own with confidence and an independence that few kids are ready for.  She has truly become a strong young woman.  She must fly alone on this journey.

When I returned home that night I hugged and kissed my wife, popped the chilled champagne, and toasted “We did it”!

 

Choosing the Right Photographer For Your Modeling Portfolio

Everything But Water National Ad

Everything But Water National Ad

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Choosing the Right Photographer For Your Modeling Portfolio is not an easy task.  The first thing one must identify is results.  There are many people claiming to be professional photographer today.  With the accessibility of digital cameras and $100 websites it is easy for models to get lost in a world of mediocre people claiming to be professional photographers only to find themselves with bad images and hundreds of dollars gone from their pockets.  The first thing I would tell you to do is check their work out.  Does it look like the work you want to get.  Does it look like the pages in a magazine or does it look like something your mother could have shot.  Do the models in their portfolios look like professional models or like a kid they shot from a mall.  Is the lighting flat or harsh or does it exude the qualities of the top photographers whose work is showcased each month in magazines and advertisements.  Has any of the prospective photographers work been published and where.  Published works are called “tearsheets” and are very important indicators of true professionalism.  They show a concept was agreed upon, conceived, and completed in an exceptional way.  Finally chosen for publication.  How long they have been shooting has some to bear but I have seen photographers who have been working for 20+ years whose work is no better than someone who picked up a camera 2 weeks ago.  MDP_5004RTCH_pp

Your common sense usually can tell you all you need to know when looking for a photographer but beware, there are many more salesmen out there than talented photographers.  Many of which should be selling used cars since they could sell a ketchup popsicle to a woman wearing white gloves in August.  Look at the work and that should tell you volumes.  Also look at the quality of their website as this is generally the most important showcase they have for their work.  A Model Mayhem post or One Model Place does not count.  Having those isn’t bad but need to point you to their “real” website.  If they only have a Model Mayhem or OMP site BEWARE!!! Most of the talented photographers I know really aren’t salespeople.  They are artists and love and are passionate about what they do and take tremendous pride in making beautiful images.  They also know the elements that must be present to create beautiful images consistently.

Have they worked with top model agencies and if so which ones. Top model agencies include IMG, Next, Elite,Mega,Ford, Wilhelmina, Women,MC2 ect.  Look at the work! You should be able to tell of they are shooting top talent.  How is the styling?; how is the hair and makeup?  Did the model do their own or was it done professionally.  That is another big clue for you who are looking for great results from a photo shoot.   Top hair and makeup artists will rarely work with inexperienced photographers since they won’t receive anything for their work.  Top stylists generally want to work with great photographers and talent so they can upgrade their books with new images of their makeup and hair styles on beautiful people.MDP_7858

Don’t fall into the trap of free photographs or TFP(Test for Prints) or TFCD(Test for CD of the images)  These photographers are starting out and unless you are willing to waste much of your time for the hope of a few “maybe” images you should pass.  This really is a place where you get what you pay for.  I do photograph some models for free but I am generally trying out a new concept or new piece of equipment or maybe just trying out a model before I use them on a big job.  Low prices can mean much of the same as a free photographer.  Photographers, in general, know what they are worth in the marketplace.  Most of the best photographers will charge by the “Look” which means per outfit.  I charge between $450 and $550 per three look test.  The price variance is based on location.  I ALWAYS use professional hair and makeup artists and they will charge $150 plus depending on their skill level.

MDP_4250RTCHAsk other models of their dealings as well.  Was the photographer polite, on-time, prepared?  Did he problem solve easily?  Did he give you what he promised?  Ask them about the effectiveness of their images with this photographer they recently shot with.  Any new jobs since the new photos?  Any new client interest?  Has anyone in the fashion business made mention of them(wow those are really beautiful ect)? It is very important to have a barometer on how the new images have helped or hurt your book.  Does the agency like them and put them in your book?  I have had the pleasure of shooting  models from every top agency in the world and am proud to say that my images have been used to promote them successfully.

Caroline in American Apparel Silver Swimsuit

Caroline in American Apparel Silver Swimsuit

Be careful out there!!! With all the kids running around with cameras they bought off Ebay of got as a gift from their parents, it is hard to separate the real from the pretenders.  Hope I gave you some ways to do so.  Feel free to call me directly for a quote or any questions you may have.  My cellular number is (954)529-1390

Miami Agency Models Stop Wasting Time

Matt Dunn_Page_4Miami Agency Models Stop Wasting Time! That is the most important asset you have and it is your youth.  Time is your enemy in this business and therefore you cannot afford to act as if you have all of the time in the world.  You don’t! There is a shelf life on you and you will get to a point where you cannot model anymore.  So doesn’t it make sense to fast track your self buy getting the best photos done by the best photographers available to get you book in the best shape immediately?

Too many girls and guys come to me wanting me to shoot them after spending a year or two on free photographers only to continually be let down when your agency doesn’t like what was produced.  Another day wasted shooting and this affects not only the look of your book but also your self esteem.  When you continue to shoot pointless and bad images with those free photographers who prowl around sites like One Model Place and Model Mayhem , you start to question your involvement in the industry and ask yourself questions like “can I really model” or “maybe I am just fooling myself.  I see it all the time! I also see the look on their faces when I shoot them and see how “stunned” they appear when I am shooting beautiful and sexy images of them.  They tell me often “I really cant believe that is me”! That is because they are so psychologically beat down after wasting all of that time that I must spend time building them back up.

Kelsey Kloster  from Michele Pommier Models Miami Beach

Kelsey Kloster from Michele Pommier Models Miami Beach

To me this is probably the best thing about digital imagery.  The model can receive immediate feedback and see the results thus bolstering their self-esteem.  I noticed this when I started working digitally out in 2001 in Los Angeles and the celebrities knew about LCD viewing before I really did.  I would shoot an image and they would say “let me see that”. Digital cameras have flooded the market and with many newbies picking up a camera for the first time it may be difficult to tell if you are talking to a photographer or a salesman.  The work ALWAYS tells the story.  Look at their work and style.  Can you see yourself in their images?  If so ask pertinent questions such as agencies they have worked with, published work, website?, and references either from other models or agents and also parents.  I have no problem giving references and anyone else who is legitimate shouldn’t either.  Do your homework or you will get burned.  Remember in this digital age, There are many who will call themselves “photographer” but all they really are is a salesman.

Kelsey Kloster  from Michele Pommier Models Miami Beach

Kelsey Kloster from Michele Pommier Models Miami Beach

 

The really good photographers charge you because they know their results are proven.  They are not experimenting like the “free photographer” or really cheap one who is just hoping the shot will turn out.  A really good photographer has tried and true ways of working, has a team of hair and makeup artists, has his locations he has used many times with outstanding results, and has his lighting down pat.  You are in good hands with them whether you are a seasoned pro or just starting out.  They know what poses look best and light that looks best on face shapes and garments you are shooting.

Mega Model Miami Caroline 2014

Mega Model Miami Caroline 2014

This is why the very best models always have the best photos.  They leave the freebies behind and know they get what they pay for.  Therefore, also, they will sequentially get the best jobs and get paid more money.  And the most important thing they are gaining is time, longer time making a higher rate in the modeling business.

Matt Dunn Top Model Photographer in Orlando Florida

Matt Dunn ,Top Model Photographer, in Orlando Florida. Top fashion, advertising, and celebrity photographer will open another studio in Orlando Florida.  His work is associated with clean fashion imagery as well as slick advertising campaigns for such famous clients as Walt Disney World, Everything But Water, Ron Jon Surf Shops, and ABC Television to name but a few.  His slick fashion editorial spreads have been published in Vogue, Harpers’s Bazaar, Marie Clair, Cosmopolitan, and Glamour in many countries and his work has been published in 86 countries.  His stock imagery is in the libraries of Corbis, Getty, and Super Stock.  He has been photographing celebrities and supermodels for three decades and is available for assignment world-wide.  Still working in New York, Nashville, Los Angeles, and Miami, he will be also available for model development, model agency consultation, select weddings, portraits, and advertising work in the Orlando Florida area.  Please feel free to contact Mr. Dunn at (954)529-1390 for consultation.20346_233501666615_6226875_n

Helio Castroneves celebrity wife swap for ABC

Helio Castroneves celebrity wife swap for ABC

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New Work For Radio Disney with Austin Mahone

New Work For Radio Disney with Austin Mahone

Here is a little from my latest work with Radio Disney with Austin Mahone.  To be honest, I had to ask my daughter who Austin Mahone was since I had never heard of him.  She knew right away. although she is a country music fan.  She told me about things he had done as well as he is friends with Justin Bieber.

This shoot took place at a school in Miami called SLAM.  There were 1000+ screaming kids, many of them girls, there to catch a glimpse of the new bubble gum pop star. MDP_4186

Austin Mahone Radio Disney 2014 and the huge crowd

Austin Mahone Radio Disney 2014 and the huge crowd

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Austin Mahone Radio Disney 2014

Austin Mahone Radio Disney 2014

Austin Mahone Radio Disney 2014

Austin Mahone Radio Disney 2014

SONY OPEN 2014 So Far…Serena and Rafa Looking Amazing

SONY OPEN 2014 So Far… Here are a few of the stars I caught this year!  Im very busy but wanted to keep my fans

informed with a few of my favorite(and quickly accessible images).  I am always quite busy uploading images to the UK, Spain and my home stock agency Photosport in LA.

Serena Williams at the Sony Open 2014

Serena Williams at the Sony Open 2014

Serena Williams at the Sony Open 2014

Serena Williams at the Sony Open 2014

Rafa Nadal at the Sony Open 2014 in a Practice Session

Rafa Nadal at the Sony Open 2014 in a Practice Session

Maria Sharapova signs the camera lens for Tennis Channel at the Sony Open 2014

Maria Sharapova signs the camera lens for Tennis Channel at the Sony Open 2014

Serena Williams at the Sony Open 2014

Serena Williams at the Sony Open 2014

Rafa Nadal at the Sony Open 2014 in a Practice Session

Rafa Nadal at the Sony Open 2014 in a Practice Session

Andy Murray at the Sony Open 2014

Andy Murray at the Sony Open 2014

Serena Williams at the Sony Open 2014

Serena Williams at the Sony Open 2014

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Roger Federer at the Sony Open 2014 at the end of a practice session

Roger Federer at the Sony Open 2014 at the end of a practice session

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Stan Warrinka at the Sony Open 2014

Stan Warrinka at the Sony Open 2014

Maria Sharapova at the Sony Open 2014

Maria Sharapova at the Sony Open 2014

Maria Sharapova at the Sony Open 2014

Maria Sharapova at the Sony Open 2014

Maria Sharapova at the Sony Open 2014

Maria Sharapova at the Sony Open 2014

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Maria Sharapova at the Sony Open 2014

Maria Sharapova at the Sony Open 2014

Model and Photographer Scams Are Back At It Again

Model and Photographer Scams Are Back At It Again.  Watch out newbie photographers and models as some people are scouring the modeling websites and randomly calling, texting, emailing, or all three.  I recently got a text from a Los Angeles phone number (323)364-3628 and it sounded way too good to be true.  Also didn’t make much sense seeing that although I make much initial contact with clients though an email rarely does anyone text my cell phone unless they know me.  I answered the text and then three days later I received another text.  The initial text was this:

Hi Matt Dunn, I’m Karen Porter from modelmanagement.com I have a modeling assignment for you if you are interested kindly get in touch with me through Text 323-3643-628 Or email karenporter1209@gmail.com..Thanks

Now many times I have to give the benefit of the doubt to new or new to this industry clients.  However when I saw much of the verbiage being used, the wrong grammar, and the wrong punctuation I was beyond skeptical.  However I texted back the same day I received the initial text and recieved no response.  I also called the number the text originated from with an electronic machine answering.

Today I received a text again.  This time I was certain with the grammar and message:

Hi Matt am sorry it too me so long before getting back to you due to my schedule are tight.. i already email you kindly check it and reply all needed as soon as possible.. Thanks Karen Porter

So here is the email:

Dear Matt,
My name is Karen Porter from United State Of America, I’m a
freelance modeling agent working for Nat Magazine in recruiting Model,
Wardrobe stylist, Makeup artist and Hair stylist.
I text you regarding your post on modelmanagement . I was thrilled when
i saw your profile while surfing the Internet. I work with a newly
opened clothing store in Los Angele’s Ca, . Currently we are working
on promotional sales and advert for the store, I’m currently
recruiting models for a special edition of the magazine for publishing
and posing of the Store Sales Promo Magazine to boost their sales and
help them pave there way up the clothing industry meeting up with the
world of fashion today.
Sincerely I will be honored if i can work with you on this project,
you can come on board as a professional Photography, Shots will be taken to
advertise the stores products ranging from casual wears, Dinner gowns,
cooperate wears and different types of Model both for male and female.
Two fantastic Model will be assigned to you, the models will be
taking there shots for two hours meaning you will be needed for the
same period of time.
The location of the shoots will be in Los Angeles , CA  within next 2
weeks, the photo shoot, fashion show; etc will be used for the
magazine cover of Zest magazine (NO NUDES), which is a brand of Nat
Magazine.
I believe that you will make a good Model. The shoot is just for 1 day
and you will be paid $6,600 for the whole project, The date for the
shooting is not yet fixed, I will have to make arrangement for that
ahead from now, there is a company financing this whole project, I
will email you the exact date for the shooting as soon as the
arrangement is completed with our client.
As part of our working policy and ethics, we give part payment to our
clients before we proceed with any job and balance immediately after
the work, You will be paid $500 as your part payment, your
accommodation, transportation and feeding we be free cause we will
make provision for it.
In order to be certainly sure that i have you booked, funds will be
sent to you immediately on confirmation of your payment information as
clearly outlined below this e-mail. After payment has been received,
the photo shoot will be taken and sent to the store. The whole crew
(the Photographer, the Hair stylist, the wardrobe manager) will be
delighted to work with you.
In order for booking arrangements to be made as soon as possible, I
need you to provide me with the following details:
Name in full……..
Residential address….
City…….
State…..
Zip code….
Phone number… (Cell and home)
Age……
Sex……
Any previous experience…I wait your quick response
Thanks,
Karen Porter

This is obviously a scam targeting model  kids and newbie photographers.  Be wary.  They are offering quick front money(send you a check for more than stated and ask you to put it in your bank account and ask you to send them the difference after taking your fee out.  Your money is real and theirs is non existent).  Another clear way of knowing this is a scam other than all of the grammatical errors is how they are talking to photographers and models saying I would be a great model.  Their are too many flags throughout.

 

 

New Unit Photography Work for ABC/Disney

New Unit Photography Work for ABC/Disney  Here is some of my new photography work for ABC/Disney.   I recently finished work on The Bachelor with Juan Pablo.  I also spent time photographing the Helio Castroneves, a Brazilian auto racing driver currently competing in the North American IndyCar Series. In IndyCar competition, Castroneves has 22 wins and 33 poles, and has never placed lower than sixth in the standings in a complete season of racing until 2011, where he placed eleventh. Prior to IndyCar, Castroneves competed in the CART championship with a highest championship points finish of fourth. He also was the Dancing With The Stars Mirrorball Trophy winner.   Here are a few images from both.  Renee and Juan Pablo bond during the hometown dates on The Bachelor Credit: Matt Dunn/ABC

Just showing my fans what I have been up to lately!

The Bachelor Juan Pablo

The Bachelor Juan Pablo

The Bachelor Juan Pablo

The Bachelor Juan Pablo

The Bachelor Juan Pablo

The Bachelor Juan Pablo

The Bachelor Juan Pablo

The Bachelor Juan Pablo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Helio Castroneves

Helio Castroneves

New “Dangerous” Fashion and Beauty Story by Matt Dunn Photography

New “Dangerous” Fashion and Beauty Story by Matt Dunn Photography!!! We came up with the idea for a woman “James Bond” type story.  The beautiful model is Carolinne from Next Models Miami.  I was the stylist and weapon wrangler(all of the weapons are from my arsenal.  They include my crossbow, Marlin 60SS, Sig Sauer P220, and Windham Weaponry AR-15 with an Aim-Shot HG-Pro reflex sight and 4X magnifier.  The camera is a Nikon D300 with a  Nikon 70-200 2.8 AF-S lens.  The amazing makeup and hair was done by the incomparable Sherilyn Segal and many of the makeups were custom-formulated by her on the spot for this shoot.

 

Sharpshooter Story

Sharpshooter Story

Sharpshooter Story

Sharpshooter Story

Sharpshooter Story with Marlin 60SS and Bushnell Scope

Sharpshooter Story with Marlin 60SS and Bushnell Scope

Sharpshooter Story with Marlin 60SS and Bushnell Scope

Sharpshooter Story with Marlin 60SS and Bushnell Scope

Carolinne from Next Models Windham Weaponry AR-15

Carolinne from Next Models Windham Weaponry AR-15

Carolinne from Next Models Windham Weaponry AR-15

Carolinne from Next Models Windham Weaponry AR-15

Carolinne from Next Models Nikon D300

Carolinne from Next Models Nikon D300

Carolinne from Next Models Nikon D300

Carolinne from Next Models Nikon D300

Crossbow Sharpshooter

Crossbow Sharpshooter

Sharpshooter Beauty

Sharpshooter Beauty

Sharpshooter Crossbow Beauty

Sharpshooter Crossbow Beauty

A big thank you for all concerned in this shoot including Guess Clothing, American Eagle, American Apparel, and Kohls.

 

New Editorial Shoot Half Competed

Here is a new fashion editorial I have half completed with the beautiful Brazilian bombshell Carolinne Rossi from Next Model Management in Miami Beach.  As usual, Ron Gerard supplied me with a great casting for a different client where I found Carolinne.  We hit it off immediately and had this project a week later.  I think she pulled it off beautifully.  I think I am going to call the editorial spread “SHOOTER”.  The fabulous and spot-on hair and makeup was done by the amazing Sherilyn Segal.  She always makes me look good.   Also a very special thank you to artist Michael Perez for letting us use Gallery 212 in Miami as a deco backdrop for our story.  He had a blast playing with all of my guns.  His hospitality is beyond reproach!  Should wrap up the shoot this coming Monday.

Brazilian female model with marlin rifle and sig sauer pistol and windham AR-15

Brazilian female model with marlin rifle and sig sauer pistol and windham AR-15

Brazilian female model with marlin rifle and sig sauer pistol and windham AR-15

Brazilian female model with marlin rifle and sig sauer pistol and windham AR-15

Brazilian female model with  sig sauer pistol

Brazilian female model with sig sauer pistol

Brazilian female model with  sig sauer pistol

Brazilian female model with sig sauer pistol

Brazilian female model with  sig sauer pistol

Brazilian female model with sig sauer pistol

Brazilian female model with  Marlin Rifle and Bushnell scope

Brazilian female model with Marlin Rifle and Bushnell scope

Brazilian female model with  Marlin Rifle and Bushnell scope

Brazilian female model with Marlin Rifle and Bushnell scope

Brazilian female model with  Marlin Rifle and Bushnell scope

Brazilian female model with Marlin Rifle and Bushnell scope

Brazilian female model with  Marlin Rifle and Bushnell scope

Brazilian female model with Marlin Rifle and Bushnell scope

Brazilian female model with  Stainless Marlin Rifle and Bushnell scope

Brazilian female model with Stainless Marlin Rifle and Bushnell scope

Brazilian female model with  Stainless Marlin Rifle and Bushnell scope

Brazilian female model with Stainless Marlin Rifle and Bushnell scope

Brazilian female model with  Windham Weaponry AR-15 and Aimshot Holographic Scope

Brazilian female model with Windham Weaponry AR-15 and Aimshot Holographic Scope

Windham Weaponry AR-15 and Aimshot Holographic Red-dot Scope

Windham Weaponry AR-15 and Aimshot Holographic Red-dot Scope

Windham Weaponry AR-15 and Aimshot Holographic Red-dot Scope

Windham Weaponry AR-15 and Aimshot Holographic Red-dot Scope

Windham Weaponry AR-15 and Aimshot Holographic Red-dot Scope

Windham Weaponry AR-15 and Aimshot Holographic Red-dot Scope