What makes a good photo actually good? The object on it, the light, the idea or maybe the prefect technical skills? All these factors are definitely essential. But there is also something else, that is quite important: the background. How often have we taken a beautiful photo of a person or an object and realised later that something weird or unnecessary was going on in the background. Or we caught ourselves in a red t-shirt in front of a red wall. Or even worse: Another person was photobombing our pictures (which can be also super fun, we have to admit). Today's post is about exploring the background and the negative space. When in doubt it's always better to look for a white wall, you can never go wrong with that. :)
David is wearing:
trousers_Topman; sweater_Gap; jacket and shoes_Dior Homme
x and love from the 'broken-cookies planet'.