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Fotoprojekts ar mazajiem Maskavas bagātību mantiniekiem

Vadim on His Roof Terrace, Moscow 2009: “When we came up to the rooftop, it was a beautiful sunny and crisp midday. Vadim asked me how many photos I was planning to shoot, and I answered ‘maximum ten.’ As the flash lit up, he slowly counted to ten in his head. After the ten frames of my first roll were finished, he went back inside, put on his pajamas and asked for a cup of tea so he could sit in front of his television in peace. Naturally, I had wanted to shoot ten rolls of film not just ten frames.”

Roman at the Tattoo Parlor, Moscow, 2009: “Roman follows the footsteps of his mother who loves beautiful tattoos. At the photo shoot, he told me he prefers older girls like Natasha, a 26-year-old stylist. Girls at his age, he says, only cry and are too busy squealing all the time.”

Antoshka as a Hussar, Moscow 2010: “Antoshka only agreed to do the shoot if we could do it with the girl he had a crush on. They met in school and acted in the same school play. For the shoot, he put on the costume he wore during the play. It was uncomfortably small, and even he didn’t like it too much himself … No matter how old or young you are, there are things you do for love.”

Ilona and Ella on a Rowing Boat, Moscow 2009: “The twins were very nervous when we were out on the water in our little boat. From the dock, their mother was yelling at them, “Just be brave and pose.” Finally, they realized that they would have only each other for support, and so they held hands and stuck together until the shoot was over.”

Vova Standing in His Grandfather’s Theatre, Moscow 2010: “The first time I asked Vova what he wanted to be when he grew up, he said he wanted to be an archaeologist. A week later he had changed his mind and said that he wanted to be Spider-Man. Finally, we photographed him on stage at the Theatre Operetta that belongs to his grandfather.”

Lisa Sitting on Her Dining Table, Moscow 2010: “Lisa’s favorite activities are to skateboard through the white crystal rooms of her house and to play football. You could hear her practically counting the minutes in her head until the shoot was over and she could get out of the dress her mother had put her in for our session.”

fotogrāfe Anna Skladmann

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4 komentāri»

  Kni wrote @

ļoti interesanti fotogrāfa komentāri klāt, taču tie bērni visi kā viens izskatās nelaimīgi.

  priedesfauna wrote @

nezinu vai nelaimīgi, bet jāaa, nevienā bildē neviens nesmaida
man liekas tas vairāk dēļ tā projekta, ka tur nav mirkļu ķeršanas, bet vairāk kompozīcija un pašiem bērniem tas projekts bija kaut kas jauns, neierasts. tas kad pret tevi pavērš kameru nenozīmē, ka tev automātiski jāsmaida

manuprāt, reāli var redzēt, kad neviens neizliekās

  zazezu wrote @

wow! tik iespaidīgi! iespaidīgi kopumā- komentāri iedod tāaaadu efektu!

  Paula wrote @

jaaaa, šitais tiešām interesanti!


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