With a backdrop as plain as my bedroom blind, I never guessed I would create such incredible results. Using a slow shutter speed and double flash I managed to capture one of my favourite personal assets, my hair. It has changed from platinum blonde, to natural red and almost everywhere in between. The vibrant movement […]Read more "Two in one"
Deciding to visit my past trends (1970’s, hippies, headscarfs and long dresses) I also contemplated the idea of reflection. Taken in my current favourite spot, zen area and garden placed in the void of my apartment directly next to my bedroom, I set up a camera in the midst of my greens and vines, aiming […]Read more "Playing With Relfection"
This photo was taken in a space off Artists Lane in Prahran, at night, I had set up my camera with a very slow shutter speed using the flash to capture different moments. I aim to portray first and foremost my love of dance and movement, physical exercise is so important to my wellbeing and […]Read more "The Snowball Effect"
Week two The Un-Selfie: Taking Back the Self-Portrait http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2014/06/09/the-un-selfie-taking-back-the-self-portrait/ An article found through Media lectorial led me to begin a new thought process on the self-portrait vs the selfie. The idea behind a selfie is to capture a moment, an action, some new makeup or clothing accessory and share that with all your friends […]Read more "Rediscovering the art of the lens"