Julia Hetta Captures Painting Style Photos With Dainty Darkness

By: Corinne Guirgis - Published: • References: juliahetta and trendland.net
You'll have to look twice at the photographs of Julia Hetta to realize they are in fact modern photos and not 19th century antiqued oil paintings. The talented photog's romantic style has a raw, romantic element that sets it apart from the highly evolved, digital photography of this generation.

The air of purity in her work is inherently seductive without the promise of nudity or sexually charged imagery. The dim lighting creates a dainty and dark expression that is intriguing on both a visual and an emotional level. The powerful evocation of a specific mood is not easy to accomplish in this style, making the Swedish native's raw telent undeniable.

Implications - In this highly digitized world, photography is both aided and tarnished by highly evolved photo editing technology. As a result, consumers appreciate the rarity and raw talent of an artist whose works are untouched, yet equally aesthetically alluring.