fashion photography

fashion is everywehre

Fashion, as I stated, is everywhere. It is on the streets every day. It is on all the social media platforms we all wake up to, dedicate a lot of our free time to, and shut our eyes to. It is on all the TV and computer screens, in the movies and TV series we indulge in when relaxing in our spare time.  It is all different, for styles are unique as are the people who embellish in its following. Some styles are common and followed by many, whilst others are slightly more avant-garde, as is the photography depicting it. As a photographer who has been shooting fashion for both magazines, TV shows as well as commercial clients, the style created has to go hand in hand with the theme and feel, of course always following on the direction given to me by my client. Some clients may want the shoot to take place in a studio, others outdoors. Some may want it dark and moody whilst others may want it bright and jolly. Some may require a natural light approach whilst others may require a highly lit approach. It all changes according to the direction and it is according to that direction that I plan the photoshoot.

Why Would you need a fashion approach?

Fashion Photography, just like portrait photography attracts a variety of clientele. The main difference is the key subject. Were as in Portraiture the subject trends to be the person, in fashion, the key subject is the product, be they clothes, jewellery, or make-up amongst many other products the client may have. You may wish to promote the products available in your store, or you may be a designer with a new range of outfits that deserve a themed styled shoot so as to promote it. You may also be a stylist who is using a designer's selection for a magazine, publication, or even your social media platform and web store. You may also be a model seeking to create a vaster portfolio. The process starts with you contacting me. Let’s hold a meeting, let’s discuss the product and the vision through which we can create the structure for the coming photoshoot.

Why use a fake medium when you can use an original?

Photography has different mediums and formats, different approaches and with digital it has become quite common to try and replicate a feel that is based on an original analog medium. But why would you want that when we can use the original format? I am not only a trained photographer, but also trained in the use of analog mediums, with the ability to process my own film and have access to the use of a darkroom. If you want something that looks vintage and based on a traditional medium, don’t make a copy. Create an original.

A Tint of Purple
A Tint of Purple
A Tint of Purple
A Tint of Purple
Blanka for Kitsch Picks
Blanka for Kitsch Picks
Blanka for Kitsch Picks
Blanka for Kitsch Picks
Underwater Photoshoot
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Madeleine at the beach
Madeleine at the beach
Christine analog in Malta
Christine analog in Malta
Vintage Black and White in High Contrast
Vintage Black and White in High Contrast
Vintage Black and White in High Contrast
Nat analog in Malta
Nat analog in Malta
Chris analog in Malta
Marina wearing Fly The Fly Vintage
Marina wearing Fly The Fly Vintage
Madeleine at the beach
Madeleine at the beach
Madeleine at the beach
Madeleine at the beach
Madeleine at the beach
Marina wearing Fly The Fly Vintage
Marina wearing Fly The Fly Vintage
Marina wearing Fly The Fly Vintage
Kitsch Picks
Kitsch Picks
Kitsch Picks
Kitsch Picks
Kitsch Picks
Kitsch Picks
Kitsch Picks
Kitsch Picks
Kitsch Picks
Kitsch Picks
Kitsch Picks
Denise Gafa For EBM
Denise Gafa For EBM
Denise Gafa For EBM
Daniel Lake for EBM
Daniel Lake for EBM
D Salon Portrait Session
D Salon Portrait Session
campaign for Arnette Eyewear
campaign for Arnette Eyewear
Madeleine on Hasselblad 500cm
Madeleine on Hasselblad 500cm
Madeleine on Rollei
Denise Gafa for Ray-Ban
Denise Gafa for Ray-Ban
Denise Gafa for Ray-Ban
campaign for Arnette Eyewear
campaign for Arnette Eyewear
campaign for Arnette Eyewear
The Travellers for Ray-Ban
The Travellers for Ray-Ban
Denise Gafa for Ray-Ban
Denise Gafa for Ray-Ban931
Denise Gafa for Ray-Ban
Denise Gafa for Ray-Ban
Slovak Power with Pavli
Slovak Power with Alexandra
Slovak Power with Niclas
Madeline Local Model
Denise Gafa for Ray-Ban
Denise Gafa for Ray-Ban
Madeline Local Model
Madeline Local Model
Mau shoot in Valletta
Mau shoot in Valletta
Amen Selection shot on Venere
Fashion Shoot for Venere
Venere Xmas 2014
Halloween Fashion Shoot
Halloween Fashion Shoot
Halloween Fashion Shoot
Halloween Fashion Shoot
Halloween Fashion Shoot
Halloween Fashion Shoot
Magic at the beach
Magic at the beach
Magic at the beach
Demon shoot for Venere
Demon shoot for Venere
Demon shoot for Venere
Shoot For Vida Magazine
Shoot For Vida Magazine
Shoot for Venere
Madeleine Baldacchino for Vida
Madeleine Baldacchino for Vida
Golden Bay for Vida Magazine
Venere 2014 Xmas
Beach for Vida Magazine
Aviation fashion shoot Vida Magazine
Aviation fashion shoot Vida Magazine
Beach shoot Vida Magazine
Fun Park Vida Magazine
Vintage for Vida Magazine
Androgynous shoot Venere
Androgynous shoot Venere
Champagne bar Vida Magazine
Champagne bar Vida Magazine
Champagne bar Vida Magazine
Car Park, Venere
Car Park, Venere
Gym Shoot Vida Magazine
Gym Shoot Vida Magazine
Gym Shoot Vida Magazine
Cafe Cordina Vida Magazine
Cafe Cordina Vida Magazine
Cafe Cordina Vida Magazine
Fashion Make up
Fashion Make up
Scrap yard shoot. Vida
Fashion Make up
Fashion Make up
Cup Cake shoot Vida
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