“Sophi Knight was the perfect face for this shoot. I wanted a certain vintage aesthetic for this shoot and wanted those beachside vibe to make this work.” Andrew Obtinalla still sounds so thrilled when talking about his recent shooting and there is no doubt that Sophi looks smashing.
“We spent a warm sunset together. We met for taking pictures but all we did was play.” Photographer Pablo Gil laughs. “Maria and me played with light, we played with colors, heat and freshness. Green, white, yellow, red. We turned the bedroom into a flamenco show, and the living room became a sacred temple right away. It was an intimate game of laughters, characters and fun. I guess that is our Spanish essence.”
Vancouver based photographer Maryna Yazbeck processes the time issue of life in her photo story using symbols such as a sandtimer. Maryna picked up her first camera when she was only 12 years old and believes that you don’t need a certain “style” or “theme” to be a great photographer, but instead being able to replicate all styles is key.
Models Feli and Lina are an absolute eye-catcher in this 2-part-series, where photographer & director Martin Levi preeminently plays with the light that enters through his kitchen window adding that certain something to the scenery. A varied story that gives you a treat while looking at it.
We go far away to find ourselves, and always return home, when we get lost. “I’d like to share with you my latest photo series about a trip to Sátoraljaújhely, a wonderful city in Hungary.” says photographer Boncz László Áron while showing us a series where he explores the sensitive bonds of ourselves, our families and of time and space.
The sun enters the room, filled with the laughter of the two lovers. Nothing more beautiful exists than two joined souls. French photographer David Kirscher of Kaptive Agency, who is based in Paris and Madrid, captures models Hugo Alejo and Ana Rujas in a great top floor apartment in Madrid.
“Yana and I wanted to shoot ever since we have been connected on instagram. Despite the time we had ahead of the shooting, we didn´t plan anything except that we agreed on “making a nice home series”. Her creativity and open-mindedness – apart from modelling she is also a photographer – have facilitated the shoot.”
When was the last time you felt totally at one with the world? Curious as a child and to feel that you are in good hands in the world. Let´s follow photographer Darren Ankenman – who also contributed to our “Magical Places” print issue – and muse Michelle to a wonderful trip to Idyllwild, CA.