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I have always loved black-and-white photography. In my childhood, I used to spend hours looking through the neatly stacked black-and-white photographs taken by my dad and grandfather. They both loved to photograph and have passed this passion on to my brother and me. I remember sitting in the darkroom and watching my dad turn a white sheet of paper into a beautiful photograph as if by a touch of magic. The process has always seemed wondrous to me!

Now and again, I think that I would like to make my blog black and white too, but then I realise that I really like bright and saturated colours as much as black and white. I have to say, though, that to me the most important aspect of photography is harmony, so it doesn’t matter what colour the photograph is. In this respect, I can give you a piece of advice that I have learned myself: if there are too many details and colours in a photograph, make it black and white.

 

COLLABORATION / PLAZA FASHION STORE

PHOTOGRAPHY / by NATALIE BEREZINA

STYLE / by KOSTYA CHRISTIAN x ME

STYLE / CONCEPT /  MAKE UP / by LIGA ZEMTURE

MAKE UP COLLABORATION / LANCOME

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