Hey, Matess could you take few photos of a statue?
Well, I could, but I wasn’t really keen on doing that as I thought it would be boring… Oh, man! How wrong I was 🙂
Lera is alive, full of positive energy and even though she can do just one pose the camera love her. Coupled with Lenka’s good mood I enjoyed the evening so much. Thank you!
If you want to read more about Lenka, visit her blog Lenka Liska and if you are more interested in Lera go to Sochy od Marka where you can see more of these masterpieces. Or find them on Facebook and let them know you love what they do.
I like trying new things so I was eager to try product photography with my friend Míša. You can check her work at her new webpage or on her FB page.
For the first set I used just a plain white background and flashes in my apartment. Honestly, it’s not the best product photography I’ve ever seen, but compares to the pictures you normally take to document your work…
The second set was more about portraits and the necklaces were used just as props.
If you or someone you know need photos of their work (jewellery etc.) let me know via e-mail, there is always a possibility of TFP if the idea is good)
You know those times when you are bored, sitting in your appartment and doing nothing? It happened to me once, so I wrote different people if they are doing anything interesting… it turned out there were some, drinking few blocks from my place. How is it connected with the photos below? The model was the friend I was meeting that night and we finally agreed on photoshooting (after a year btw.). The very next day we went with her and her friend (a free assistant, hell yeah :-D) to a remote part of Brno where we could make mess with flour and we were shooting until the cold stopped us.
PS: I’ve learned two things:
You should check and prepare your equipment before the shooting, so your flash want be switching off every minute and your battery in a remote will be able to actually trigger something…
Put your bags as far as possible from the scene, the flour is nasty and it will get everywhere…