I really like the originality behind the Eight Love Songs photo shoot. It projects scenes such as cityscapes across each model's body.
Photographed by Momchil Hristov, Eight Love Songs is part of ELLE Bulgaria's February 2011 issue and was styled by Antonia Yordanova with makeup by Slav. It features models Iveta, Dessi, Elizabeth, Snezhana, Rayna K., Rose Marie, Christina Mileva and Diana S.
The Eight Love Songs Editorial is Quite Original
1. Projected Cityscape Photography - The trend towards projecting cityscapes onto human bodies offers an innovative opportunity for fashion and advertising photography to showcase urban environments in unexpected ways.
2. Body-as-canvas Fashion Photography - The use of human bodies as canvases for creative expression presents an opportunity to merge fashion and art in a way that challenges traditional norms.
3. Mixed-media Editorial Shoots - Combining different elements such as photography, projection, and makeup offers a disruptive innovation opportunity for editorial shoots to produce unique visual experiences.
1. Fashion Photography - Incorporating cityscapes and other projections onto models' bodies creates a unique opportunity for fashion photographers to craft unexpected and eye-catching images.
2. Advertising - Using body-as-canvas photography can offer a disruptive innovation opportunity for creative advertising campaigns to make bold statements and break through the clutter.
3. Editorial Publishing - Mixed-media editorial shoots featuring innovative approaches to photography and creative expression present a chance to disrupt the publishing industry and create engaging visual content for readers.