The Nadine Wolfbeisser Bolero Magazine September 2011 editorial perfectly illustrates the effectiveness of color contrast in high-fashion shoots.
The Nadine Wolfbeisser Bolero Magazine September 2011 editorial was shot by accomplished New Zealand-based photographer Oliver Rose. His professional touch is evident in a series of sensual poses that deftly contrasts Wolfbeisser's angular face with a barren backdrop and dim lighting. The tight, black outfits that Wolfbeisser sports in the editorial are stunning, blending upper-class chic with strong sexuality.
My favorite image in the Nadine Wolfbeisser Bolero Magazine September 2011 editorial shows the Austrian beauty staring directly into the camera, her eyes partially obscured by a tiny mask. Her mouth is slightly ajar, and she exudes the fearless swagger that differentiates top models from the lower echelon. The shot perfectly captures the spirit of the editorial.
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