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Escape the city

A summer afternoon shoot to escape the city ended up exploring Berlin East-lakes and brought us this series of photos with gorgeous Lulu. “When we arrived after a walk in the Grunewald forest, Lulu went directly to the water, and from this point on, we decided to have fun and play a 20 minutes movie that is now frozen in odd vignettes.”
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Parisian burlesque

“The mesmerizing French performer and DJ Canelle Doublekick offered me an insight into her life in Paris.” explains photographer Laura Russ. We created this series where it is all about the two contrasting worlds in her flat in the 19th Arrondissement and the streets around and the Isadora Bar in the center of Paris.”
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“The only way to find real sustainable happiness is to slow down.” A talk with Alina Lee

We are having a crush on Alina Lee alias ohthumbelina for a few years already. Her self-portraits are somehow different. Not smoothly polished, but multidimensional. Melancholic, profound, thoughtful and always simply beautiful. We are happy to see that she released her first self-portrait book and sat down with her to talk about true freedom, imperfections as another marketing tool and finding happiness.
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Welcome to Soft

The work of Natalia Skotnicka focus on simple sensual photos of women. Through her works she wants to depict a real truth and beauty of the model. Her trip from Poland to the Ukrainian capital Kiev, resulted in photographs with Diana Jurczenko, a Polish girl who currently lives in the city. A soft morning light and an apartment in one of the townhouses in the center of Kiev made sensitive vibe.
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Shades of Karla

“It was one of the last hot summer days in Stockholm.” tells photographer Jacek Szopik. “Me and my friend Klara Kassman of Le Management decided to take some pictures in her apartment.
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Sophie in Paris before sunset

Andrea N. Mejía  took the pictures of model Sophie with her Minolta SR T 102 and a Kodak Portra film iso 400 in her apartment in Paris, a little before the sun goes down, and colored a bit with led lights. The little neighbour boy nosily sneaks behind the door to watch them when they arrive.
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Sometime in the Morning

“We took these photos in Rosa’s house in Rome. I didn’t know Rosa before; she is a friend of a friend.” explains photographer Daniele Orazi about this wonderful C-Heads debut. “She invited us for a coffee and I’ve been immediatly inspired by her eyes and the light of the morning in her flat.
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Georgia Sumner above midtown New York

On a sunny day photographer Villanuevo captured model Georgia Sumner who is with Agency State Mgmt, at her penthouse, that comes with a stunning view over midtown New York. “We wanted her styling to be simple and soft to contrast the backdrop of the city.” he explains.
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A summer dream with Anna

“Usually, when I find ideas for my next shootings, I write them down in my notebook. This time I just tried to take some photos with a handmade “filter” on my lens.” explains photographer Victor Sapozhnikov on his newest set. “And I love that interesting soft effect it created.
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Viktoriya on the horse farm

“I had been trying to setup an editorial shoot for a while. It was the middle of summer in France and most of the models had gone home or were on holiday. The French football team was about to win the World Cup.” recalls photographer Alex Jonas.
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The stories of the people behind the art: Michelle Berj #7

” I started bringing my camera with me everywhere just in case there’s an opportunity to take an interesting photo. I don’t even know what it is exactly that I think is interesting, but it’s usually something unexpected and possibly overlooked by others. It’s an organized artistic crime. It’s a subtle form of rebellion to embrace eccentric interests in creating, what I perceive to be, beautiful images.”
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An NYC garden story

“As New York City beaches aren’t the dreamiest, we wanted to tell a summer story where we couldn’t be further from the water. The garden story hoped to capture the spirit of the beach while providing somewhat of an escape.” Charissa and Ali photographed by Villanuevo
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