I was playing around in Photoshop a bit and trying some stuff and remembered I had these photos lying in last years Lightroom library. One thing added to the other and bandaning badabum we have a nice LoFi (80s/VHS) effect.
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.
As mentioned in the post with Svitlanas photos I mentioned that a friend of hers joined us. Please meet Alina. We had a lot of laughs and fun while shooting and I think you can tell. What a striking smile. Without further ado…
The fantastic guys from the Red Wing Shoe Store in Berlin and Hamburg opened their third store last year in October in Munich. Kai from Heldth and I went down for the opening and to shoot a story for Heldth.com and get the story of those passionate guys running these fabulous stores.
As so often these days the model shoots are quite short notice and spontaneous. So Svitlana joined me for a portrait session a few weeks back. Kindly enough a friend of her joined too and we shot a nice set of beauty portraits. For the most part we used the triangle of soft-boxes that I have used for some time now. Think of it as stretching your photography muscles a bit. The photos of Alina will be coming up soon.
The beast, the car that Chris Harris basically called an Aventador killer. an elegant and classic front engine rear wheel drive design and all the fantastic goodies a modern supercar needs. Fabian and I had a a couple of hours to spare, an underground garage and a whole lot of fun. Not much more to say at this time besides enjoy and stay tuned for more F12 and Ferrari goodness. Teymur