More of Franzi! I normally don’t do a lot of editing outside of Lightroom and I hate beauty retouching beyond some very basic stuff, but sometimes it’s just fun to play around with Photoshop and test the limits of Lightroom and so on. Hope you enjoy these as much as I do.
The second set I shot with Agnes last year in Berlin. You might remember this post from a while back. Still using just one light, different room, that’s it.
Another multi-part shoot from one of my visits to Berlin last year. A very basic setup. A Rotalux Deep-Octa with a grid on a tiny lightstand. Not much more to say really. Same trip and location like my shoot with Leila.
A spontaneous model booking, early morning light, a funky hotel room with a huge window and you are good to go. Thanks so much to Cindy for being available so short notice and early. Also to Juan Felipe for putting us in touch.
Wednesday was the day of the big reveal of the two new smart cars. You might remember the shoot I did for Heldth. I really liked the smart forjoy concept car and I was very much looking forward to see what the final version would look like. I really do like it. the forfour more than the fortwo I think. Either way, here are the photos from the event. Enjoy!
I had the chance to get a few things done in Berlin and so we drove over quite spontaneously for three days and as always had a blast. I mostly used my wonderful Fuji Instax 210 though and my D4 had a little bit of a vacation you could say. We had wonderful weather, good food, good people and overall just a great time.
Here is basically my “best-of” from this weeks visit to Berlin. I really do enjoy this city a lot. At some point I really should look into staying there a bit longer and get some work in the area. Anyway it started all off with the Mercedes-Benz Blogger Connect last sunday. The Blogger Connect was a very nice Event where Mercedes-Benz invited a group of non-automotive Bloggers for a meet and greet. They also had invited three of their Designers and three Experts in different automotive fields to get some interesting talks going. It is always a wonderful thing to…