WALKING ON A LEAF

SHOTBY.US, the Prague-based duo of photographers which grew tired of old orders, went to explore new dimensions of fashion editorial through a freestyle collage play.
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The basis of their “photoshoot” was experiment and searching for a new editorial concept. The two photographers refused to recycle the same-old-same-old approach to fashion photography. Through playing with objects found in their homes and ideas found in their heads, they composed the resulting snaps based on irony, “workslow” and neighbour’s stick insects.

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CREDITS 
Photography & Concept / SHOTBY.US
Model / Unknown Species
Styling & MUA / Natural Transformation
Jewelry / Maňa Berec

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