Check out these photos taken by Marc Laroche starring a series of portraits the artist had the opportunity to shoot.
Posts Tagged ‘ Portraits ’
Fashion and portraits is all he is into, but Larsen Sotelo is not your typical photographer. This self-taught artist shoots youth and fun moments. It’s not about studio, not about flashes, not about sets and fakes; It’s about fashion and portraits going down to the streets. Shooting mainly women, his portfolio is a treat for the mind and the eyes.
From the New York Post to Twelv Magazine passing by Jalouse, Bloomingdale’s or Please Magazine, her work angle and portfolio is quite rich and divers. Silja Magg creates great photo shoot for both Fashion Editorial & portraits editorial. We loved her work full of authenticity though mixing real and imaginary thoughts.
Whether it’s in the fashion industry, the portrait style or the porno chic field, Pieter Henket has a certain way and talent when it comes to shooting. Living & working in New York since 1998, he creates great images with a lot of technique and a real passion. His portraits of celebrities like Lady Gaga & Mary-Kate Olsen, got him to be more and more famous outside the photographic world.
Chris Heads is a photographer born in london & who lives between Milan and New York. His photographs, particularly fashion, female or male portraits, have a youthful and colorful style. Girls are sexy and the universe is often urban, lively, quirky. There is a rather beautiful work with the light. Chris Heads has been published in many magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, Elle, Glamour, GQ, Esquire and more. He also worked for many brands like Levi’s, Miss Selfrige, Galeries Lafayette. Here is a selection of his work.
South Korean artist Seung Mo Park created a stunning series of giant portraits made with layers of wire mesh. The piece above is known as Maya. It was the third phase in a trajectory of Park’s conceptual works dealing with reality, illusion, and existence. Barely possessing materiality of sculpture, or the ideas within them, the idea and conceptualization of MAYA is far from tangible substances.
Many photographers have specialties when it comes to the subject matter, or way the choose to shoot. It’s not too often I come across a photographer who’s portfolio is so extensive, I have to pic a certain style to display, but James Anthony Gilford’s work has always been unique. Some of my favorite photos of his are his portrait style photos. An exquisit mastery of lighting, both natural and artificial bring his photos to life, and bring a sense of connection with the people in the pictures. A creative perspective on photography itself guides his concepts and ideas in directions that most other photographers seldom conceive. And if skill wasn’t enough to make James Gilford’s collections incredible, he also has been able to get his hands on some pretty hot models.
I know I’ve spoken more than once about the new collaborative efforts between Unni. R photography and DJ Storm, and his website www.unniphotography.com . No matter how much this photographer wow’s me during sessions, there always seems to be something else I haven’t seen that stuns me. Featuring an amazing collection of some of his most unique photos, all the way down to an ad for Rolls Royce, Unni has a second website with a totally different style of photography for viewers to enjoy. Click any of the pics to see more.