A kitchen, filled with master chefs, was the recipe of a shoot. The steam, smell and the crowds in the kitchen were recorded on photo. Enjoy your meal…
This time a very colorful shoot. The shoot was done in a studio with only a single but nevertheless powerful UV black light.
The body paint (let’s say piece of art) was done by Nathalie. After she finished the artwork and the model’s came in front of the UV-light they were just like actors walking out of the movie Avatar 🙂 Creating a game of colors.
Not easy to photograph but almost no post-processing was needed.
Thanks to the models Joy Brabant and Niels De Snoeck.
The body paint was done by Nathalie Dewicke.
Every city, every urban place has mostly 1 thing in common, they all have some places and streets were you can find graffiti. From little tags around the corner to pieces of art.
I went for a walk in Belgium to find some of those pieces, some were also taken from my last trip to Lisbon. Enjoy.
The Place du Tertre is a square in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. Only a few streets away from Montmartre‘s Basilica of the Sacré Cœur and the Lapin Agile, it is the heart of the city’s elevated Montmartre quarter.
With it’s daily artists, it’s one of the most visited places in Paris.
Everybody knows what rhythm is : something that is repeated over and over. It’s very easy to spot rhythm if you just look around in your daily world. And everyone can see it. But it’s so “normal” that not many people see the beauty of rhythm.
I’m sure after looking to this photo’s you will remark much easier rhythm in your daily life.
What happens when a tomato hits the water ? After a dozen of shots, I had the result I wished. I edited this photo 3 times, and like you can see, it are 3 totally different photo’s. The first one is a bit old fashion style, the second is in black and white with the tomato in red and the last one is almost like it was shot. Enjoy 🙂