Editor’s Note: The muted colour palette juxtaposed with the vibrant orange lip of the model, create an aesthetically pleasing combination in this fashion image. We love Cristina’s use of depth of field to bring the model’s eyes and face into sharp focus, thus holding the gaze of the viewer.
Nicole,Cultartes: Hello, Cristina! When did your passion for photography first started?
Cristina Venedict: I began photographing in 2006 with a compact camera. I thought it was great to have a camera in my hands, you feel like a director who creates a film. Photography gives me the opportunity to dream and create images; it helps me to keep going. Read more…
Today’s photo of the day, chosen from our online portfolio is Wind of Dreams by Cristina Venedict, model: Popovici Theona
Editor’s Note:This image stood out to us because of the great use of a short depth-of-field and birds-eye view perspective to centre and focus the viewer’s attention of the model, creating a nice portrait shot. We love the eye-contact the model is giving the camera and the clarity of her features. We also love the styling of the overall shot and the location.
The image ‘my wishes’ published in Somerset Digital Studio. The Image appear in the Autumn 2014 issue of the magazine.
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Editor’s Note: We really liked this shot because of the clever play with depth-of-field that the photographer has used. We like that the focus of the shot is on the model’s face and detailed clothing, we think this draws the viewer’s attention centrally which in turn creates a balanced image to look at. We also like the soft eye-contact the model has with the viewer.
Editor’s Note: We loved this shot because of the way the photographer has got half the shot in focus and the lower half is not. We think that this is really clever as its focused the viewer’s attention on the woman’s face and the story she is telling through her facial expression. We also love the grainy quality of the shot, stylizing it to the idea of film.
Editor’s Note: We really loved this shot because of the use of a fast shutter-speed and a short depth-of-field to create the white specs around the model; it adds interest to the image. We also love that the photographer has taken the photograph from above eye-level and how the model’s still got eye-contact with the camera, this draws the viewer in.