Just thought about playing with a projector and a friend of mine, here is the result! Enjoy…! 🙂
Last November 14th was marked by a general strike that spread across many european countries, regarding the efects of the economic crisis and the repercussions it had on the european people. Here are some selected shots i took in the demonstration in Lisbon, Portugal.
Last week I took a little stroll by the streets of Alfama, Lisbon. Hope you enjoy it. Cheers!
This time i present you with the great work from Ana Soares, one of the students that finished her course last month. Here are some shots i took.
For this photos i used three Profoto Pro Heads attached to 2 Profoto Pro-B3 Air blocks. 2 of the heads, with regular Zoom reflectors were used for the background and the other head was used as keylight with a white Beauty Dish.
On each side of the model i had a white reflector board and, from beneath, a Photoflex Silver reflector disc.
A new editorial i shot for BLESS magazine just got out. Named “Lady of the manor” it depicts a young woman living in a house full of wonders and random nonsense.
Photography by Filipe Serralheiro // Styling by Luis Martins // Make up by Alex Me // Model, Gabriela Vilarinho
Check out more photos here!
Last week Carolina Sanches, soon to be mother, posed for my camera for a series of great portraits to keep memories from her pregnancy. We wanted to avoid the same old kind of photos pregnant women use to get, so i proposed to do a series of photographs like in a fashion editorial, in a different and fun way. We headed to Southwest Production‘s studio, in Lisbon. This time i used a Elinchrom and Visatec lighting. With a big Elinchrom octa as keylight, and two Visatec with umbrellas to light up the background a bit.
Photo. Filipe Serralheiro // Styling. Rita Aranha // Make-up. Catarina Jacquet// Model.Carolina Sanches
15h was the time when hundreds of students gattered right above the Marquês de Pombal roundabout, from there they marched in a demonstration that passed in the streets of Lisbon, with the destination set at the stage of previous demonstrations and confrontations with the police, the Portuguese Parliament.
This time though the students gave the country a civic lesson, with around 500 students protesting in front of the parliament without any sort of violence, rendering the excepcional police logistics for the day unnecessary.
The students associative lider, João Fonseca, says that more important than the number of students involved is the fact that the demonstration gattered the effort of 20 student associations national wide.
João Fonseca considered this is a step towards, in the future, the gathering of thousands of students in another demonstration.
Check more photos of the event HERE!