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Hand. Cannot. Erase. part.I

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This is the first post concerning my newest project, one of the biggest projects I’ve ever realized. Since August 2014 I’ve been hard working as a part of a team responsible for the visual side of the new Steven Wilson’s solo album ‘Hand. Cannot. Erase.’. But first, a few words of inroduction. The album was inspired by a real history of a young woman named Joyce Carol Vincent, who, despite living a perfectly normal life, having social relations and a steady job, by her own choice decides to break off contacts with everyone. As a result of doing so, for 3 years nobody noticed that she died from asthma attack, left alone in her apartment…

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London! + mini recenzja BlackRapid Sport Slim Strap

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Last week I had a pleasure of visiting London. The reason for this was Steven Wilson’s Hand. Cannot. Erase. concert – I’m going to write a separate post about the show itself. I was also lucky enough to find a few free hours to walk around with a camera so, traditionally, I post here some photos from my another expedition, after the one in Berlin. During the whole trip I had my camera on BlackRapid Sport Slim strap. Every time I buy a gadget that doesn’t directly affect the quality of my photos, yet is quite expensive, I feel a bit guilty.

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Marlena Czak Lookbook 2015

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Once again I’ve realized a lookbook for a young designer Marlena Czak. At the end of this post I’ll describe the lighting and meanwhile, a few words about the team.
The clothes were designed and sewn by Marlena Czak,
and hair and make up were done by Magdalena Drzymała.
The team was fantastic, we were having much fun, and I have a photo proof of that – at the end of this post you’ll find a joyful backstage shot.

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War. War never changes.

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It’s been said many times and in many ways that we learn on our mistakes, but it doesn’t change the fact that, despite having quite decent experience, I still can mess something up like a total newbie. Luckily, at times like this the rescue comes with one and only Photoshop, which allows you to fix many (or even all! ­čÖé ) mistakes, although it might be a real fight that takes hours.I usually try to show you only the most interesting of m projects, and I boast only about the fact that everything went according to plan and turned out amazing, but this time it was different…

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Gone Girl

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Today’s post has a few purposes. First, cheering up. I’ve dug a session that I made back in August, and with the current weather there’s nothing better than a memory of Summer. Second, a side effect of this session is a video that I shot rather casually, and after long enough time spent on my drive, the material finally turned into one video. Third, and the most important – I shared this photoshoot with an amazingly talented person – Ania Borowa. She is known for creating surrealistic graphics that use photography only as a base – make sure to check out the rest of her work!

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Hiding Places vol.I

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It’s been a very busy time for me recently, I will try to publish the most interesting of the photos (and videos!) I took during the past few quiet months. The most important news I’d like to share with you though is the beginning of my new personal project – after Sleepieng Maids (2012) and 365 (2013) – it’s high time to move on with a next one, dated to 2014. It’s going to be a series of short stories, and they’re all going to be about women. Below you can see the first one of them, the model was my most important, personal Muse. I visited this attic for the first time a year before taking these pictures. It had something magical and mysterious in it, it looked like a perfect hiding place. I knew I had to make use of this place, and it’s potential. One Summer evening my Muse and I went there armed with a honey yellow fabric and a bouquet of dried flowers, and with a very loose idea of what kind of photos we wanted. This is where it led us…

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