Sunsets are as magical as Lisa is special. What else to complement the two than a simple cutout dress from New Yorker?
There is a certain self-assured simplicity about Lisa’s expression looking onto the distant horizon. Looking at these images I don’t see a model but a beautiful woman being enraptured in her own world – and I’m drawn into the photograph. In the end, that is what photography is here for.
How, you may ask. How did this photograph come about? Quite a while ago I wrote an article about exaclty this. It is all about giving the model a story to re-enact. It is all about supplying the model with contextualised emotions instead of shouting “gimme sexy!” or “smile!” (what a horrible thing to say to a model!)
Making the most out of the sunset, we also shot a couple of portraits on the fin-the-ciècle bridge nearby. It’s good to always keep an open eye on location.
From my Portfolio
Trust the stories you find in your heart. For they hold a truth deeper than what is true.
Model: Marlene / Body and Soul
The model and the photographer conspire to trap their audience in strange little worlds. We call them pictures.
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