I was meant to write this post ages ago, but a lack of time and will power made put it off over and over again, until now.
This spring I was approached by Andraya Farrag, a talented young designer from Central Saint Martins, to shoot her graduate collection look book.
Vincent Marino (photographed for 1883 magazine)
I’ve always been fascinated by people and people watching has been a favourite pastime of mine since I can remember.
On the other hand, I’m a tad socially awkward and I find quite hard to approach people who I don’t know.
Recently I’ve finally (partly) overcome my awkwardness in approaching strangers and I’ve started asking more and more people on the street if I can take their picture.
During my stay in Saint Petersburg, I spent many hours at the Russian museum and it was an incredible experience.
I felt deeply inspired by Russian art, I was totally in awe and I felt compelled to take several pictures of most of the large paintings of the collection.
While I was shooting picture after picture, I kept framing little details out of big canvases, distorting them and using shallow depth of field to isolate them from the bigger picture. I’m not sure why I did it, but it was quite an interesting experiment.
no photoshop, the effect was created in camera with a double exposure
It’s been a while since I shot my first fashion test here in London (it was on the 9th of April) and I’ve finally decided to write about it.
Moodboard with inspirational pictures for my latest shoot.
I will post my work as soon as I finish scanning and retouching it 🙂
Some pictures from the event.