Posts tagged hyper-real
Photographer’s portrait with sailfish and lemons

I would like to dedicate this week’s post to a surreal portrait of me (yes, those legs are mine!) taken by Sarah Fortescue.

Sarah is not only a talented interior designer, but also a kindred soul and crazy creative!

You all can have fun to find meanings and symbolism on this picture, however that was taken to show the upholstered padded seat stool in printed fabric, one of Sarah Fortescue Design creations.

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Forget the roses for Valentine's!

Although Valentine's Day is worldwide recognised as a consumerism stereotype that everybody somehow have to comply with, there are few exceptions, out of the ordinary, where creativity and sensuality take charge.

One of them has born thanks to the brilliant collaboration between MyHotels – an award winning group of boutique hotels creating unique urban retreat experiences based on the guest’s needs and desires – and 210th – a luxurious erotic lifestyle brand producing body care products and other irresistible temptations.

Adding MyHotels to the list of my beautiful clients, I have been lucky enough to receive commission by their marketing manager, Sundip Mace, to make pictures for their 210th suite at MyHotels Chelsea.

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Real v/s Hyper-Real secret No.4 revealed :: adding life

For the fourth and last weekly issue of the mjf’s “secrets” I am going to show you how a typical interiors photographic service could be transformed in something certainly more “animated”.

We have been lucky to get a commission of that kind by Well-done Medium Rare Architects, an innovative design and architecture practice in London.

The following are a couple of images taken on one of their recent projects, a refurbishment of a beautiful apartment in Covent Garden.

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Real v/s Hyper-Real secret No.2 revealed :: light temperature

I am back with the second of four articles explaining some of the techniques we use to enhance the photographic services for our clients and - as I like to describe it - to transform our imagery from “real” to “hyper-real”.

This week the revealed “secret” addresses the light temperature.

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Real v/s Hyper-Real secret No.1 revealed :: true colours

With this article I am starting a series of four chapters explaining some of the techniques used by marco joe fazio photography to enhance the photographic services for our clients and - as I like to describe it - to transform our imagery from “real” to “hyper-real”.

Each week a small “secret” will be revealed; the first one addresses the rendition of true colour in dark ares.

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