In this post, I will report from my latest workshop participation in Munich. Photographer Alexander Heinrichs offered this workshop as part of his ahTour 2017. Within the tour, he is traveling with two awesome models from city to city and keeps several workshops. The workshop took place in the Cortiiana Hotel, directly in the centre of Munich. We had two rooms were we have practised on-location lighting. Our models where Madeleine Handle and Franzy Balfanz. Both are very experianced models.Read More
Lili had a break at the river Lech on their way back to Prague. She relaxed on the waterside and enjoyed the sun. Birds were circleing above her and ducks paddled through the water. It was a lonely place and the landscape remembered her to Canada or Alaska. Just a salmon fishing brown bear was missing to make the illusion of the wild north perfect. A fresh breeze gave her goose pimples and it could have been a little warmer.Read More
Nice ladies, smart guns and cool hats are typical elements of Film Noir. In the classic period of Film Noir (1941-1958), movie critics mocked of these low-budget B movies. Important movies of this period were, for example, The Maltese Falcon (1941), Double Indemnity (1944) or D.O.A. (Dead On Arrival, 1950). However, in the meanwhile Film Noir became a major style in movie making. Neo Noir brought us great movies like Taxi Driver (1976), Blade Runner (1982), Pulp Fiction (1994), KillRead More
We did some autumn fashion shoots, today. Gina digged the perfect OOTD for this shooting out of her wardrobe. I especially like the texture of her pullover or poncho or whatever it is (I don’t know how it is called) and that black hat. Good light, cool clothes, and a really not so bad (notice the understatement) model resulted in very great photos. But have a look on them by your self…
Tom and Bernhard organized the 2016 Isar shooting. Four models and five photographers, the very cold Isar river and pretty perfect weather. The sun was burning on this day. So, the cold water was very comfortable. Many thanks to Tom and Bernhard for the organization. And also many thanks to our wonderful models.
Provocative Glamour was a great workshop with Martin Krolop and model Katja Martin. It took place in the studio of Matthias Schweighofer in Innsbruck, Austria. The workshop started with a very good theory part. What does glamour and provocative mean? What can we do to make glamour photos provocative? After the theory we started with practice. First the we discussed and determined the outfits for Katja. That part was hard work for our model as she had to change herRead More