Colors

It might not be but I feel that most of my work are “dark” and not of the vibrant type. Although its somehow good to stick to a single distinct style its also good to try something different and I worry that my work might look “redundant. So every summer I always make it a point to do something that is colorful just to try to breathe a different type of air..

 

Last year I did something dominantly pink so to make it different this year I used the color yellow as my base.

 

I also mixed it up and tried something with a white background.

 

Back with the yellow background but with a retro feel…

I am liking the different aura that colors bring out so maybe not just every summer, I will try to do more colorful works from this point on.

 

Credits:

Model: Rena Kracklauer

Hair & Make-up: Akane Minagawa

2 thoughts on “Colors

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