A late afternoon with NYC based photographer Justin W King Photography
After a few days in Norway, found myself in Stockholm, Sweden. I visited yesterday’s Fotografiska and I was so touched and inspired by the work of Paul Hansen, Irving Penn and Viviane Sassen. It was impactful and obsessive in their own respective way. I am happy to have put myself in the realm of photography and connectives arts, and create both in front and behind the camera.
Photo: Piego Leflou
My exploration behind the lens continues with this portrait of Ásdís. I got several pictures to retouch from this trip, now I feel photographers’ dilemma.
Photo : Minh-Ly
Model : Ásdís
They didn’t lie when they said Iceland was beautiful. I had the joy to work both as a model and photographer during this stay with local talents. Here’s an experiment I did with Icelandic model Embla.
I will be all across Germany for this month of September for assignments. If photographers or models want to work with me, go to http://minh-ly.com/booking or by email email@example.com
Sometimes, photoshoots feel like talking to a friend and being recorded on photos, especially when you are out of the studio. You’re both taking a long walk towards the desired location or you simply do a loop and the photographer snaps the moments he/she thinks are special to him/her. I believe that beyond the fact that photography is a very technical process, it is also very human. From a person to another, the image will never be the same. They see you a certain way and, from my point of view, I feel differently when I am around each person. I am sensitive to their voice, their tones, their tics, their presence, their aura and the way they look and interact with you. Often we forget to interact and communicate and we want to jump straight to getting the results… don’t we?
Photo: Stefan Legacy