Swedish photographer Ole Marius Fossen specializes in shooting black-and-white portraits of innocent models in unusual landscapes. In his latest shoot, "Pure," Ole Marius Fossen selected model Hanna Sorheim of Team Models and Paris' VIVA for a shoot that strongly relies on the power, natural beauty and softness of Sorheim's face.
The shots display Ole Marius Fossen's talent for shooting facial close-ups of models without losing sight of the shoot's theme. For all this natural (and learned) talent, Ole Marius Fossen became a photographer by accident. He got his start by taking pictures of his female friends wearing normal clothes. "It really had little to do with fashion," he said, "and when I look back, the pictures are really not that great. But I learned a lot though."
Judging from this shoot, it's clear that Ole Marius Fossen's accidental career choice is the right one for him.
Ole Marius Fossen Captures Innocence and Beauty on a Beach
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