Behind-the-Lens Featuring Emily DiDonato

Behind-the-Lens Featuring Emily DiDonato

Photo: Emily Didonato/Listal

Models seem to live such a glamorous life.

Wind blowing in their hair, perfectly bronzed bodies that are toned oh so well and they always seem to exude confidence and charm.

Well, anyone who has been on a photoshoot knows it’s anything but that.

From the downtime between set changes or mother nature acting up during outdoor shoots, a model’s life behind-the-lens isn’t as glamorous as it may seem. Although, it can be fun too.

Take a look at some behind-the-scenes footage of Emily DiDonato trying to get a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit shoot completed.

After seeing the above, now you can only imagine the time it took to get the below shot just right.

Otter Styling Tip: To switch up your swimwear routine, try Armani instead. We love how this piece is so attention grabbing while still exuding a beach vibe.


Switching modes to behind-the-lens…

Yes, this is our look too when we first realized what all went on behind-the-scenes of photoshoots.

Back to the photoshoot glamour!

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Emily looks to be having fun pushing the vintage Chevy around The Hamptons.

Back to the fresh-faced Emily in upstate New York.

Now, let’s stick to the glamour for the rest of this post, as we feel we got our point across.

Here’s Emily on set shooting her very first Maybelline commercial in Times Square with the one and only Christy Turlington Burns.

Looks like they are in an Airstream too!

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We love ourselves a good Airstream.

We had to throw one more behind-the-lens photo in here with a snap of a current day Maybelline shoot.

And one more video, also on a Maybelline shoot – just because.

Time to unwind after a long day on the job, which can be a 12 or more hour day.

Here, Emily is all cuddled up with Martha Hunt and Elsa Hosk.

Oh and don’t forget to count the sheep…

Photo: si/youtube
Photo: si/youtube

Until the next edition of Behind-the-Lens…

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