“When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in black and white, you photograph their souls!” – Ted Grant
And that is exactly what is expressed in this picture. A business shoot with him as managing director was originally planned – but then we had the idea of interestingly converting his hard contours into black and white. I love it when my clients let me look straight into their soul. Our shooting was incredibly intense and in the end I was broken too – but the most beautiful and inspiring thing that exists is broken.
We like to discuss our pictures together and I was particularly interested in the opinion of Christine and Micha on this portrait. Christine says she is fascinated by the drawings of life, she likes the concentration in the picture, which shows such a heaviness and strength at the same time. Micha was able to catch a glimpse of my customer while passing by. He was enthusiastic about how I “pulled out” my client’s character through the lighting and the reduced lighting atmosphere. We all agree that we think it’s great if you have the courage to get involved with our ideas.
When it comes to photography, we like to deviate from the norm and are always happy if you accompany us on this path. At the end, a reward awaits in the form of an incomparable portrait. Preferably in black and white, without retouching, without filters, without frills, just YOU.