Portraits against gravity

It wasn’t just another portrait session in Venice. Meeting Abel, true artist, was something more. We turned the photoshoot into a metaphysical experience, entering another dimension of photography. Abel’s acting, flying, fighting gravity and listening to the silence of the mornings in Venice let us create as never before. Are you open for a different view?               portrait photographer Venice Italy

It was the very first time, that during the photoshoot in Venice, I stopped in one spot for this long. That early morning we were walking down the streets of Venice searching for the light and the right aura of the hidden spots, forgotten or unobvious streets and there it was. Calle della Madonna, a little dark backstreet of Rialto area, called our names. Here are the results. 


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If you are already here, reading these words and viewing the portfolio, most probably it means that you are looking for a portrait photographer in Venice. If you also wish to have it done in an artsy, creative and energetic way, you are definitely in the right place. Here I am waiting for you! Send me an email. Let’s get in touch, exchange the ideas and open up to create. I will be very happy to meet you.

I strongly believe that a photography session can be an experience rather than an awkward meeting of two strangers, one providing a service to another one. No, let it be a friendly meeting, full of fun, smiles, creation or even sometimes crazy ideas. Let the posing serve a purpose. I would not ask you to hold a lantern or lift your leg because this is what people do. I will do my utmost to bring all the emotions and dynamics out of you. 

Luka, portrait photographer Venice, Italy