Contributor Magazine Photographer: Abhishek Joshi Fashion: Anchal Notani Makeup and Hair: Guia Bianchi Models: Peka Fanai and Aaliya Heidi: How did this project come about? Abhishek: I had recently watched the classic ‘ Days of heaven ‘. It’s visual style, colour palette and the beautiful use of the golden hour light, especially for the landscape shots, inspired me to work on this project.
Nick Murway Who printed it? MagCloud
Part 1. Why travel writing?
The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own. I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or that show something I have never seen before. In this thread, I’ll include a link to each personal project with the artist statement so you can see more of the project.
Craig Oppenheimer, Wonderful Machine Concept : Lifestyle images of real people going about their day while wearing the brand’s apparel Licensing: Web Collateral and Web Advertising use of up to 30 images for one year Photographer: Lifestyle and portrait specialist Agency : Medium in size, based in the Northeast Client: Large clothing manufacturer Here is the estimate: Creative/Licensing Fees: Five models would be photographed over three shoot days in different cities, resulting in 30 total images (six images per subject). The usage was limited in duration to one year and limited in exposure to web ads and placement on the brand’s website. It was clear in our conversations that they’d likely use one hero shot of each talent for web ads, and the rest would land in a gallery on their website
Colston Julian Heidi: Tell us how the Kalki images came about? Was this a personal project?
Fredrik Clement Who printed it? After moving to Klitmøller, a small village on the northwestern coast of Denmark, I wanted to try working with a local printer. He had to dust off his old machines to make me happy, because as so many other printers he persisted in trying to convince me to do it digitally.
Part 1: The Departure Do you believe in omens? I’m not sure if I do, but when I got in the car to drive to Denver last month, on the first leg of my journey to London, I was feeling good. A big adventure just up ahead, I thought
The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own.
Vogue India Creative Director: Heidi Volpe Assistant Photo Editor: Jay Modi Photographer: Rohan Hande Prop Stylist: Aditi Dugar Styled by Sage and Saffron Cooked by: Aliakbar Baldiwala and Akshat Agarwal Hand Model: Mythili Zatakia Food Editor: Sonal Ved Heidi: I know you did some research on old master paintings after we discussed the concept for our OTT food shoot. What did you watch and what did you learn? Rohan: I found this video lecture by John Walsh, the Director Emeritus of the J. Paul Getty Museum, L.A