As I was working my way around The Royal Café, the waiter came with a plate of smushis (the owner’s invention of combining ‘smørrebrød’ with sushi). “Where would you like them?” he asked. “Øhh?” I answered.
The explanation was that I was there to photograph so here were smushis ready to be photographed. I looked at them for a bit and saw the attention to the work and the amazing details. I tried for some makro shots at first, then had an idea. What about shooting portraits of them? Above is the first shot in the series that evolved. The rest are in my portfolio. I give you – The Class of 2013!
I love graphic lines – here the distinct shape of the charming coffee cups, the hand painted flowers and the blurry background of the metallic tea pots. And the taste of the coffee matches the tasteful surroundings at The Royal Café…
The Royal Café lies right off Strøget, the main pedestrian street, tugged in next to Royal Copenhagen. Last week I had the privilege to stay as long as I wanted and shoot to my heart’s content. Over the next two weeks I’ll be sharing pictures from that session.