The Silk Road: Tell Your Our Story with Light

3/17/2020 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

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WHERE IT WAS SHOT:

It was shot enterely on a very interesting location, an old silk loom workshop at the heart of the old town of Valencia, Spain



CONCEPT:

I wanted to talk about the silk industry and their roots with China and Europe, therefore I contacted an European-Chinese model, Lena Wong. The model was wearing an amazing kimono dress made of silk, made by the talented Vicente Cano and Salvador Robles, owners of the ‘Haute couture’ company named: La Boheme 1994



TECHNICAL DATA:

  • Lit only by LED continuous light.
  • Shot on Hasselblad H3DII 50
  • Image is made by two separate takes, left and right, and finally assembled into one final panoramic image.

Here are the credits:


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About Francisco Hernandez Marzal:


My goal is to create images that go beyond the simple usual representation of the model, with a scenographic and pictorial character, creating environments, telling parallel stories. My enormous passion, desire and enthusiasm for the artistic fact of photography is what moves me to create images. I look for beauty and emotion united in the same framework. My professional photographic career moves in the field of advertising and Fine Art. Let's Get Connected: www.hernandezmarzal.com |  Twitter | Facebook | Instagram





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