A new photobook has arrived! It’s in vintage style, 25×25 cm, with FlexBind binding and FB Satin paper of 176 micrometer thickness. A cover of the book has matted lamination. I’ve taken these photos even in the spring.
Cardamom biscuit and orange candied fruits. And micro gingerbread village.
December is the time of summarizing and searching for gifts and calendars for the next year. Calendars, composed of photographs united by a common idea, combine the first, second, and third. I like to make them very much. And I like that my photos are not just the pictures in a computer hard disk.
I’ve been printing calendars since 2007. I alway worked with color profiles printing houses, in which I printed. I checked the layout, content, syntax and punctuation for ten times. However there was August with 30 days in my practice (I prepare a calendar grid for a specific idea by myself), and a laaarge grain got out not clearly whence (now it is clear).
Approximately in 2011 I stopped experiencing an acute desire remake the calendar immediately after its delivery from the printing house. But every time I’m terribly worried, unpacking the typographical parcel and looking inwards.
I love pumpkin in its raw form and baked, in the form of mousse and as an ingredient in a biscuit crust. A piece of a pumpkin tart is my favorite breakfast from September to December. And my favourite model in the darkest time of the year.
Drone photo are always wonderful.
Bad light? Let it go!
No tripod? Never mind!
Wrong exposure? Do not worry.
The hands are shaky because of the camera is too heavy? All right, the photos will still be good. Therefore I never need Photoshop solutions for this type of photo shooting. Is it the charm of electronics?