Now that’s redical!

Photo: Olga Sidorenko
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Keeping it clean and simple …

Photo by Olga Sidorenko
Thanks to @photosidorenko for this classy image.
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„What you’re looking at?“

What you're looking at?
Thanks to @patriziayanguela for this stunning shot.

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From „Reflection“

From "Reflection"
Thanks to @photosidorenko for this elegant picture.
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Peter „Piet“ Klassen

Interview Peter "Piet" Klassen
Excerpts from our interview with photographer Peter „Piet“ Klassen:

What inspires you? Which artists, models have moulded you and who would you like to meet?

One person that I know personally and who inspires me all the time is Martin Strauss. Besides him artists like Jenna Rütter, Wojtel Pruchnicke, Kessler Tran and others influenced me during the beginning stages of my career.

What is important for you when you choose your models?

Usually I already have a number of models, who suit or improve my portfolio in mind and with whom i am already in contact with. It is not just their look and beauty. I have to be able to imagine them in my kind of pictures as well, able to portray my concept.

How is the balance between shooting and postproduction?

As I mentioned earlier I give 100% while shooting and another 100% during postproduction. But honestly I think the postproduction takes more time as it requires more attention to detail and hard work but I thoroughly enjoy it so I don’t mind.

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Jeremy Gibbs

Interview Jeremy Gibbs
Excerpts from our interview with photographer Jeremy Gibbs:

What is the philosophy about your photogra- phy? is there a general message or theme?

My philosophy is: ’Life is like photography, you use the negatives to develop‘. A friend once asked why my photographs were so ’dark‘ and up until then I had never thought of them as being dark in any way. But now I look at them and think maybe they are! I do have dark thoughts. But I think my photographs show hope. I hope that they are emotive and strong enough for one to look at and make up their own story. I photograph a moment in time, it should never be explained, it is up to the viewer to make up their own story.

What are you looking for when it comes to chosing models?

When I am shooting nudes I will be looking for a particular body shape that I feel will work best in the chosen location. For instance, in an industrial space a strong athletic body works well. I stay away from ’glamour‘ models, that look doesn‘t work in abandonment for me.

What do you like about your work and what would you like to improve?

When I first started shooting models in abandoned places 6 years ago there was maybe a handful of photographers working in this genre. These days it seems to be very popular but what makes mine stand out from the crowd I think is the models I use. A good model makes all the difference and I choose mine with great care.

What would I like to improve? Although I am known best for using only natural light and I do believe it returns the best results. But sometimes the low light in these locations ma-kes it impossible so I need to learn and start using strobes. Its next on my agenda. (smiles)

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