Distance

The second day of shooting with Leica S2 (see the first editorial here), was with a bit more artistic and subdued approach. What do you guys think? 

Photography by: Alexander Habesland
Assistant: Agnes Carlsson Åström
Make-up by: Tomas Erdis
Hair by: Théo Solé Wintermark and Lene Kristiansen
Models: Marie and Sigmund (Team Models Norway)

All’s Not Lost

A few weeks ago, representatives from Leica contacted me and asked if I wanted to use their new camera Leica S2 for one of my future projects. I of course said yes because it’s an amazing brand (the S2 alone costs about € 20.000,- but gives amazing quality). So I did 2 editorials over 2 days, the first of which is shown underneath. It’s called “All’s Not Lost.”
Photography by: Alexander Haabesland
Assistant: Agnes Carlsson Åström
Make-up by: Tomas Erdis
Hair by: Théo Solé Wintermark and Lene Kristiansen
Models: Marie and Sigmund (Team Models Norway)

‘Behind the Scenes’

The ‘Tarot’ shoot was divided into two days, on the first day I only had to do 2 pictures, and I had the great Dag Veivåg with me as my assistant, he filmed and took some photos along the way.
(The second part of the shoot will be out later with extras).
For ‘The Hanged Man’ I had the model get in the cold water and then lay perfectly still on some very uncomfortable rocks.

Then I placed a poor little chair on those rocks and balanced on it with my camera lifted as high as possible. It all worked out in the end, but it could have very easily gone terribly wrong.

Prepping the model:
Please don’t let me die:
‘The Fool’ however was a much easier picture to get
And then this:

became this picture, among others: