One last look, one last sigh… I could so wear these boots… And real python, not just leather made up to look like python.
I know there is so much to learn about lighting, flashes, lamps, etc. but for some reason that side to photography doesn’t attract me. I find the challenge to use what is available in terms of light and set-up more interesting. This is shot in the shop, Apair, as is.
In November 2012 I was able to spend time taking shots at Apair, a fashionable high end shoe brand with a store in Ny Østergade in the center of Copenhagen. Talk about shoe heaven… They sell clothes too as you can see. The rest of the shots from this session will be shoes, though 🙂
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…
Okay, so it’s not the first time I shot a candle. But this one is really big and I got to play with the focus… At The Royal Smushi Café, Copenhagen.
How cool can you get? Wrapping take-away cakes with this colour string? Only at The Royal Café in Copenhagen…
(And if you’re wondering why I link to them in every post it’s because the owner is super nice and friendly, let me photograph to my hearts content plus gave me coffee and ordered me to eat cakes)
The miniature version of the famous Danish chair, The Ant, fits perfectly into the whimsical univers at The Royal Café in Copenhagen
Almost like a field of tulips right here at The Royal Café – except they’re artificial. Fooled me…
I love flowers – even fake ones, amazing the skill these days. From The Royal Café, Copenhagen, Denmark.