“In this series, I collaborated with Kily Shakley, a Japanese showgirl who grew up on the other side of the world, but with whom I connected beyond prediction. How would our behavior change if we knew no one was watching? This project replies to that complex question. No matter how much life can feel as a performance, I perform for my eyes alone.”
German photographer Sebastian Hufeld has discovered his great love for analog photography not long time ago. It’s about the excitement of not knowing what to expect when you pick up the film. In a world where everything is controllable, this is probably one of the most beautiful charms for an artist.
Salzburg based photographer Niko Zuparic is back on C-Heads with a beautiful series exploring water, form and nature. Starring lovely Ella Breitfuß. “What could be nicer than the start of summer? The water is still too cold to bathe in and you can hardly wait to go in.”
“Olivia and I decided to go for a drive on a beautiful, sunny afternoon and enjoy the beautiful scenic wine country which we both grew up close to. We enjoyed being surrounded by the recently turned green escapement and the freshly planted grape vines which reminded us that summer is here.”
Armando Juarez is back on C-Heads with another natural analogue series. This time he teamed up with gorgeous Camila from Venezuela. Camila models, studies interior design in Madrid, Spain and…
“We are Miriam Serrano and Trinidad Vargas. We are two photographers based in Barcelona who decided to experience photography together. Miriam is a very creative mind with an artistic background. She is inspired by cinema, light and observing the world. Trinidad, defines herself as an artist coming from the feminine energy that represents her. She takes inspiration from the women around her and her past as a dancer.
Analoghe is a duo made up of the two Italian-French twin sisters Stefania and Alessandra Papagni and together they share their big passion for analogue photography. “We captured moments of a morning among flowers, cuddles with Oliva (Federica’s puppy) and some vintage objects.”
“We took this series last week around Tulum, México. And we really wanted to make it a very mexican style editorial.” tells us photographer Daniela Gerosa. The young and talented artist teamed up with model Mili Hidalgo and hair and make-up artist Daniel Pérez-Astorga to create a story full of nostalgic summer vibes, warmth and poetic tenderness.
Every day the cards are being reshuffled. Every day you can find new opportunities. And old seeds you planted can suddenly begin to sprout. So be bold, go your way, and always believe in miracles and dreams that come true.
“This is a recent shoot that I have worked on with Anita post-lockdown. It was her first professional shoot, can you believe?” London based photographer Dawid Imach tells us about his new set starring gorgeous Anita. “The images were taken at my place. I do have a small studio at home but am also using my rooms as sets.”
I know she has a name but to me she will always be babydoll. Her eyes are grey and blue and green and they dance with colors like the London sky that rains high above. Maybe she was his muse. Maybe that’s why it was all so easy albeit the sun was nowhere in his dreams.
What a wonderful set by photographer Saar Pesach starring gorgeous model Batel Sammy who is with Aluma models agency. The series convinces with beautiful poses and styling rich in variety where each image reflects on a story about a young woman growing up.
Roxana met Denisa, a professional ballet dancer who became a ballet teacher at the age of just 17 and together they wanted to create a visual story about ballet, femininity, grace and intimacy using Denisa`s abilities captured through Roxana`s lens. This is what happens when two artists meet. They create magic.
It was this chance encounter, after Argentinian-born beauty Lou shared her Instagram story, that brought her together with Australian photographer Steve McKee. The series is simple and honest, shot in…
The day before Japanese model Kana Matsumura’s departure for Tokyo Ray Litsala and her decided to shoot a natural series. “Last Day” is a kind of simple, unintentional photoseries potographed at my place taken on a gray day on Kodak Pro400H accompanied by some Japanese proverbs.”