Posts tagged light
Inspired by Line T Klein

For some reasons I feel like I have been doing a lot more styling recently when it comes to photography for my blog and also for some other clients. It is something that is very tricky and takes a lot of skill but makes such a huge difference, and when it is done well you often don't notice. 

I recently stumbled across the work of Line T Klein, her photographs are just stunning and her styling is top notch. She is a Copenhagen based editorial photographer. She describes her style as 'a tangible, sensual take on Scandinavian cool'. 

I really love the textures and colours used in some of these shots. In the past I don't think I realised how much of a skill styling is. There is so much to think about, from the colours, the lighting, the composition, layers and textures. I hope you enjoyed checking our Line T Klein's work. I am off to practice my photography and set up some little styled shots in my home studio! 

Hope you are all having a lovely Wednesday!

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My Favourite Minty things

It was actually light when I left work yesterday...exciting times! Spring is on its way - even though it is still freezing cold. Mint green is such a bright and fresh colour and it makes me feel all full of here is a round up of my favourite mint things from etsy. How awesome is the vintage camera in 9 - and don't you think 6 would make an amazing wedding present that is a bit different and personal! Head over to etsy and get all minty fresh! Check them all out here 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9

Down Below

I miss University. Well not everything about it, but I miss having time to experiment. To create work and it not have to be used, it not have to be for a client. I guess I miss the space to make mistakes. These days time is money, but in those days, I could spend hours trying something and if it didn't work out that was OK, as long as I learn't. I want to try and have the courage to experiment more, to try and factor in time to my life for that. These are some photos that I took when helping Chloe out on one of her projects. We got some underwater cameras and went down to a local pool and just messed around trying things out. I found them the other day having not seen them for ages and I love them. Especially the one below. I love the light spot and the slightly grainy feel of it all. I might see if I can use them in some current designs. Maybe one of the quote posters.


PS - hanging out with old friends is the best. love you chloebags x

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