Just like with everything else in life, there comes a time, where you want to do everything differently. Because sometimes you need a break from what you know and explore all the possible versions of yourself.

If you follow me on Instagram you will have noticed a series of strange looking images – polaroid edits, or photographs looking like they were taking with infrared film. That’s because I’ve felt the call of experimentation again. I’m still shooting a lot of clean and beautiful images. But at the same time I’m discovering my not-not-quite-so-well-behaved self.

jules_pink-1

jules_pink-3

jules_pink-5

jules_pink-18

jules_pink-21

It’s good, then, that Vienna provides me with places like the graffiti-ridden Donaukanal and models like Jules, who is up for all kinds of photographic shenanigans. Also: she has a huge wardrobe, accomodating pretty much any style! See for yourself:

julesvanity_genius-8

julesvanity_genius-12

julesvanity_genius-7

julesvanity_genius-1

julesvanity_genius-5

Except for the last three images it was all natural, unmodified light making for a very relaxed (and fast) working atmoshpere. And even in these three images I used only a reflector (first image) or a ringlight (the other two).

julesvanity_pilot-5

julesvanity_pilot-7

julesvanity_pilot-2

From my  Portfolio

Dolce Petite

ZARA / mychickensoup

Walking with the gods.

Fashion: French Tavel

Lisa

A Very Swedish Wedding

Get in touch!

Cadenzza Summer Collection 2016

Shooting the social media campaign for the Cadenzza Summer Colletion 2016 with the Austrian Blogger Fleur de Mode. 

Not convinced yet you need a new picture? Write me – I’ll do the convincing!

(I play nice. Really!)

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s