Portrait

A week ago I embarked on a little mission to try to  deconstruct the elements that make up my work. The very first in the series was location which triggered a most intimate response from Kristina where she reflected back on her childhood memories and the lego-people she saved from the common box and she has been documenting the lego-people adventures ever since.

Todays deconstructed element comes very close to Kristina post and after taking plastic places, it is all about looking inside the soul of said plastic. Look in the eyes of my subject, and search for the emotion and personality hidden inside. Key elements from portrait photography dating back to the very first daguerreotypes my great grandfather used to take. Continue reading “Portrait”

Location

When we are not organizing art exhibitions or toy photo safari’s around the globe, the crew of Stuck In Plastic likes to explore the more creative side of taking pictures. What is it that makes us shoot plastic, explore the why and take a inner look on the creative process we are all going through. Our influences, our relationships, our creative process. Continue reading “Location”