“There was something about that tiny bohemian attic that fascinated me. The wood accents on the walls had something to do with it, but there was still something special about that place that I couldn’t put my finger on. I knew right away that I wanted to do a shoot there using only natural light”, tells us photographer Adolfo Valente about his new set starring Martina.
When Anna Malgina releases the shutter on her camera, a single frame is captured, but two stories are told. For Anna, her subjects are only the starting point for her work, as all of her photos are meant to be just as much about the richness of her own inner world as they are about the complexities of the events that are occurring in front of the lens.
Israeli photographer Yoad Shejtman is back home from Iceland, and he’s sent us a breathtaking album from his 2-week trip to the land of pristine glaciers, active volcanoes and the beautiful Northern Lights. These pictures tell a story of creation, isolation, and some of the oldest forces of nature on the planet.
Polish photographer Marcin Krystyniak and his girlfriend Kinga make their debut on C-Heads with an intimate, close-quartered shoot in an old style flat. The photo series takes us back to a more private time when we were afforded a space and quiet that’s becoming rarer and rarer with every passing year and smartphone innovation.
With “woman who loves women”, Polish artist and photographer Jacek Kloskowski speaks to us about fostering sexual openness that exists outside of the forced confines of acronyms and popular lingo.