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Tag Archives: sunlight
Working on MrWoon magazine – fabrics – 2 themes: eclectic & architect – The Fabric Of Home edit.
After along day driving, up North, to attend the second funeral this week, I am back home, tired, I switched on my computer in search of a soothing image. This one. Every object, color or the view, everything tells a story. … Continue reading
Here’s a sneak preview of the work I am doing, an inspirational magazine for a large sofa company. I am almost done and took a moment to look at the flow of the lay-outs and the storyline of the magazine. … Continue reading
Always a good idea for a the day after (referring to my last post) : Keeping it simple, one flower only.
Yesterrday I did a photo shoot with modern furniture in an old industrial building. Driving south was an amazing journey with the sun rising over foggy fields lined with characteristic willows, coloring the sky a pinky orange. Our space had … Continue reading
I have been investigating the color of beetroot. To get the right patina for the surface I used a cut potato drenched in red ink. Took the photo with the sunlight shining onto the ink being sucked up by the potato fibers. The … Continue reading