Portraits

Water

This is the second of four element inspired photoshoots. It struck me that some of the jewelry pieces we make in the workshop have a strong resonance with a particular element, and it would be fun to showcase those pieces in “there element”.

 

 

To make this vision a reality I had the wonderful support of:

 

Model: my beautiful wife ⁣Sabine

Hair and Make-up: ⁣Marcel and Katja
www.loefflershaarmanufaktur.de⁣⁣

Jewelry: Markus Backhaus ⁣⁣and myself
www.goldschmied-backhaus.de⁣⁣


Photo walk Erfurt


Paper Couture: Vogue magazine dress


Fototreffpunk Leipzig


Earth

With Franzi H.

This was the first of four element inspired photoshoots. It struck me that some of the jewelry pieces we make in the workshop have a strong resonance with a particular element, and it would be fun to showcase those pieces in “there element”.

 

To make this vision a reality I had the wonderful support of:

 

Model: ⁣Franzi

Hair and Make-up: ⁣Marcel and Katja
www.loefflershaarmanufaktur.de⁣⁣

Jewelry: Markus Backhaus ⁣⁣and myself
www.goldschmied-backhaus.de⁣⁣


Franzi H.


Xenia


Le Meet Up 3, Leipzig


Xenia


Leipzig Meet up


Xenia


Nessa


Sarah

Sarah again 20s style...


Playing with Flash

I was chatting with two other photographers after a foto-walk, and we had the idea to get together and practice using off camera flash. A simple idea turned into three photographers, two models, and six flashes! along with gels, umbrellas, grids, reflectors and flash-benders. Bianca and Tino were kind enough to come model for us.

 

Tino

Bianca


Lissy

These were taken as part of a workshop. We went to a quarry where there were piles of sand and stone to use as backdrops. A  wheat field across the street made for a nice change of seen.


40s style Hollywood Glamour Portraits

Inspired by a YouTube video (link) I stumbled across, the idea to do a shoot in this genre began to unfold. I got a couple of books with lots of pictures from the era, and posted on Facebook looking for models. In the end one photo shoot turned into four, and a lot of great portraits. Some of the photos don't really fit to the 40s look, but were great portraits so I included them here.

Sarah

Karoline

Katharina

Karin


Anna

This was my first studio portrait experience. The shoot was organized by Thomas Richter, a local photographer who I met because of a funny coincidence. I was really only there to assist and learn, but Thomas and Anna both said it was fine for me to take some pictures as well. Thomas was a great coach, and explained everything as he was doing it. Anna was a great sport and very patent. These pictures were possible thanks to both of them.