Post processed with RNI instant film Polaroid 669 presets. RNI’s instant film pack is one of my favourites. It adds a dreamy quality to the image and I love the rich colours and grain. Advertisements
A few months ago I traded in some photography gear for the Nikkor 24mm f/2.8 I heard mixed reviews about this compact lens but I wanted to try it out for myself. Up till now I had been mostly using the Nikkor 50mm f/1.4 and the Sigma 35mm f/1.4. Both are very good but I wanted something a little wider because I was interested in the distortion. I see lens distortion as a chance to get creative and to capture images in a whole new way. My two favourite photographers Daido Moriyama and Jeanloup Sieff shared three loves in common: women, street photography and the wide angle lens. Combine all three in their hands and you have nothing short of magic. Jeanloup Sieff’s portraits of women with their elongated bodies look as if they could have been painted by Matisse. Daido Moriyama’s urban street scenes sparkle with grittiness and life. Both photographers work with the distortion of the wide-angle lens and both challenge our perception of their subject by doing so. Distortion occurs when some norm …
Photographing Alisha and Milan with their baby girl in Prague’s Riegrovy Sady and Kavárna Kaaba. Related Posts on Family Photography
The heart at the centre of French theatre in Prague belongs undoubtedly to Sophie Knittle – not only a talented actress and director but also a solid mentor who inspires. Le Petit Théâtre Français is the theatre company she runs together with her partner, Thierry Ottinger and assistant/actor Jakub Dieska. More info can be found on their website.
A lovely family living in Galata, Istanbul. Related Posts on Family Photography