“Who doesn’t love tennis? Just kidding – I’m talking the aesthetic of tennis. The beautiful Sophie and I got together to create some high fashion looks on the court” Miami based photographer Carianne Older laughs. Her newest C-Heads Exclusive featuring gorgeous Sophie Deleuze of Next Models all captured on 35mm and Polaroid originals.
“A rekindled love affair took place in West Hollywood at Dajana’s apartment last week. It’s been kind of a game of tag over the years, we first shot in Southern Ontario, Canada in this off season cottage near where I grew up after meeting at a party in Toronto in 2012. It was one of her very first times modelling and I encouraged her to do more of it.
As a multimedia abstract painter, together with working as a model for the past 8 years, I have been intimidated and demeaned by many professionals when entering the world of art. The behaviours I have encountered has left me feeling discouraged and intimidated – solely on the fact of my previous profession.
“I’ve been photographing within the Russian electronic scene for 3 years.” Photographer Vera Linnik starts to share with us. “Once I realized, that there is always this one moment at the party that fascinates me in a very intensive way: the moment of falling into yourself. Meeting your real self, not covered with everyday routine, fears and stereotyped world.”
“In my images they can see my life, my feelings and my words saved in my pocket.” We can´t help smiling at this mental image and we start to understand more about her imaginative mind. There is something poetic in almost each word that she uses, and something magical in all her images.
Jeff Ayres presents a collection of his analouge summer pictures. A documentary were most of the photos shot during the day where nothing staged: just his camera and friends! “These photos were inspired by the lazy summer days of the youth culture mainly through the 70s 80s and 90s.”
“Paris. Before I ever met you, I never knew that my heart can love so hard. This city has written „nostalgia“ all over its beautiful rooftops. Heavy-hearted you then look back at the days without sorrow or regrets. This feeling of heaviness isn’t leaving you alone, and somehow you see the joy in your darker days.
We talked to the Berlin based Nina Menzel. The young photographer loves the unique feeling that analogue photography brings across and the fact that it forces you to shoot more slow and focused. A movement against that fast time. And so she has dedicated her art capturing one of a kind and youthful analogue moments.
Always nice to see when someone has a style off the glossy photography. Sometimes it’s the grainy and flickering images that make you start your inner cinema. We had a chat with London based photographer Jamie Noise about his inspirations, influences and about the toughest underwater shooting he had.