It’s that time again, for posting an update to one of my longest-termed, as well as most popular projects: my Cinematic Street Frames project.
I’d like to present a simple project I’ve embarked on since the beginning of this year, and I’d like to believe it could prove inspirational to a lot of other photographers too.
It all begun from the realization that I didn’t get to see my photos printed as much as I’d like. Since I’m old enough to remember when we only had film, I’m sometimes nostalgic of the times we used to eagerly await until our film was developed, and we had prints of our photos in our hands. The old adage was, and in a lot of ways, still is, that “it is not a photograph until it has been printed”.
During my trip to Amsterdam last summer I had the pleasure of shooting at the happiest day in the life of a friendly couple.
I should make it abundantly clear that I’m not a wedding photographer; only a few times I have shot weddings as a second/third shooter, to help a photographer friend, or at the weddings of friends and relatives.
This is the first part from a project I did a few weeks ago, with the extremely talented team from Acrodance.
Acrodance by Anna Omiridi is a brilliant combination of acrobatics and creative dance. Acrobatic routines are integrated seamlessly into choreographies with emphasis on guided improvisation. The main concept of this approach is that movement and exercise, as creative expressions, hold a significant role in human lives and help in structuring positive self-awareness and knowledge of oneself. Thus strengthening your body and building your muscles will allow you to experience mental uplift.