Happiness =12 pages + cover in Magazine
Our photo of my dear wife Emily on the cover of Adore Noir Magazine. I'm so proud of her.
Today I’d like to talk about one well curated source of inspiration for us photographers: Adore Noir Magazine. In my opinion this is the world's finest all black & white, fine art photography, downloadable eZine.
Adore Noir made me really happy today. They featured a 12 page cover story about my work in their latest issue. Inside the magazine readers find an interview which the editor Chris Kovacs did with me a couple of days ago.
By that time I provided my answers in my typical, grammar-free, German English. Sometimes I’d respond even ab bit snappy. When he asked me how I got into photography, I joked "I was young and I needed the money". However, when I now see my interview in such a high class magazine I am not so sure anymore how appropriate my approach was...
But anyway, at least I was keeping it real. all real. I am super dooper happy that they featured my work on the cover and inside the issue.
Like to have a look? Please head over to their website and consider purchasing the issue.
When you go through the pages with my photos then I really don’t want you to wow. My photos are not that good at all. I want you to think about this: Most of the featured photos are from photo shoots which are documented in videos on our beauty photography tips blog. With lighting setup and everything. It's all done with little hotshoe flashes and the instruction on how to shoot them is publicly available. So what would keep any photographer from going ahead, shooting such photos according to our photo-recipes on SmokingStrobes and then being featured in a magazine? What would keep them from going this route? How can I make you doing it?
I wish you good light!