Sometimes, I may come across technically perfect images which, somehow, do not make me feel involved. Special processing, even if only a few light touches here & there, always contributes to the necessary feeling. Thus, blurry images evoke a sense of enigma, and textured ones, -- not too overloaded with textures though, but having 'em in right amount, just enough to make a picture talk...
So, here's a little collection of images-moods that make me feel connected. And, first, I'd like to begin with a series of ethereal watercolour photography from 'THE VOICE BEHIND THE SCREEN' / DOSSIERJOURNAL
↓ LEFT: IMAGE VIA HERE RIGHT: PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANDREAS WALDSCHUETZ . CREATIVE DIRECTION & STYLING: ADIA TRISCHLER↑LEFT: PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANDREAS WALDSCHUETZ . CREATIVE DIRECTION & STYLING: ADIA TRISCHLER ↑ RIGHT: FLOWER PHOTOGRAPHY BY JULIE GREEN ART
SERIES OF IMAGES BELOW: PHOTOGRAPHER: ANDREAS WALDSCHUETZ – STYLING & MODEL: ADIA TRISCHLER – MAKE-UP&HAIR: STEFFI LAMM /VIA HERENATURE PHOTOGRAPHY BY MAGDALENA WASICZEK
↓LEFT: IMAGE VIA MAKEUPART.AT
↑ RIGHT: PHOTOGRAPHY BY MAGDALENA WASICZEK
LEFT: PHOTOGRAPHY BY MAGDALENA WASICZEK RIGHT: 'A MATTER OF INNOCENSE' LENSED BY SERGE LEBLON FOR THE ANOTHER MAG . STYLIST: KATHY EDWARDS /VIA TRENDHUNTER
These beautiful shoots are by © DAVID LOTFUS, an internationally acclaimed English photographer who has collaborated with many world-wide famous chefs like Jamie Oliver, Rachel Khoo and Gennaro Contaldo to name a few, photographing for their cookbook editions.
Here's a bit from his Moroccan interior & lifestyle series: