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“ I like to think of it this way. Professional photographers, unlike everybody else with a camera, don’t “take pictures”. We solve problems; in fact, our job is to separate clients with creative problems from their money. We’re no different than plumbers when it ￼comes right down to it. A master plumber sees a lot of tricky problems, and he gets paid to solve them. The more different types of plumbing problems he’s solved in his career, the better he can solve the one that’s right in front of him. Learning how to shoot well across a variety of photographic markets doesn’t make you a jack of all trades, it makes you a master of one: photography.”
Michel Tcherevkoff (via foto-arki)
New things in the studio today. Will be producing a series of these.
Castings, jewellery and objects displaying the finishes in various materials.
Objects - Ingrid Berg, Lund