On a beautiful afternoon in fall, I had the opportunity to do a photoshoot with the beautiful models Magali and Ely. I fell in love with the colors and this location beside a small pond. After taking a couple of great shots, I decided to try my new lens, Edge 50 by Lensbaby. It creates this nice effect of only the diagonal from upper right to lower left is in focus and the rest fades into a soft blur.
“Maybe our love won’t be like the movies. Maybe there won’t be a grand ending, an airport run, a long embrace where the I love you’s come pouring out as fast as the laughs and tears. Maybe it’ll be as simple as breakfast on a weekday. You’ll be drinking coffee, I’ll be eating cereal; I’ll look at you, you’ll look at me, and we’ll just know.”
This was shot for a magazine with Jazmyn Simon @jazmynsimon to feature her debut in Ballers. I used a 3 light set up, the main light was a beauty dish and the sidelights are 2 softboxes. I love the profile look while giving her highlights on her skin especially her neck.
The Angel in the woods: The dreams
The conceptual shot of an Angel comes in the dreams while I lost my way in the woods. This conceptual shot differs from the usual costume of Angel with a white dress and Wings.
Model - Tiena Gambull
This picture was taken during the first CoVid quarantine in Italy. The subject is a quiet sleepy Bengal - mix cat. It is known that Bengal cats have a very distinctive temperament, having a natural predisposition to be independent; but at the same time, they can be loving cats.
In meiner "Faces of Zürich " Serie hab ich ganz normale Menschen aus Zürich gefragt, ob ich ein Portrait von ihnen machen darf.Alle Bilder der Serie wurden natürlich auch in Zürich direkt aufgenommen. Ich mache mir selten vorher viele Gedanken was ich fotografieren möchte.Ich sehe den Moment und versuche ihn festzuhalten. So einfach, so gut.
In my “Faces of Zurich” series, I asked ordinary people from Zurich if I could take a portrait of them. Of course, all the pictures in the series were also taken directly in Zurich. I rarely worry about what I want to photograph before. I see the moment and try to hold it. So easy, so good.