Wow – Over 2k Instagram followers – big thank you!! This is so cool!!! I have my Instagram account since quite some time, but I really only this year started to use it more and regularly posted more photos. I guess this is why I got much more followers in the last couple of weeks. ... http://bit.ly/1TKRpOv
The oldtimer that is more a piece of junk gives this photo a really cool steam-punk look. Model: Jessica Altmann H&M: Mary Guimaraes Photo: Andreas Timm Germany, Munich, 8-May-2016 http://bit.ly/27Lc62Y
Always nice to play with fog and smoke. I got the smoke machine from Amazon for under 40 Euros – smoke can add a lot of drama – but it is important to light it from the back of course. Model: Savannah Nixon Photo: Andreas Timm Germany, Munich, 2016 http://bit.ly/1TeiV8H
First photo from my shooting yesterday. The red scarf inspired me to do a “Little Red Riding Hood” composite. Initially I planned this to be in landscape orientation, but I think the portrait orientation version works better. Here again both for comparison: Model: Savannah... http://bit.ly/1OuEElr
One of my favorite photos we did at a pretty cool lost place last weekend with the beautiful Mary. By the way: Happy Birthday Mary!! Model: Mary Guimaraes H&M: Mary Guimaraes Photo: Andreas Timm Germany, Munich, 8-May-2016 http://bit.ly/1X7B9Iz
One of my favorite shots of last weekend’s session with the wonderful Taty Ana. We did this on a super nice sunny day at the Königsplatz in Munich, Germany. A popular place to shoot weddings etc. and obviously a perfect location for this glamour shot. The setup here is a simple one-light s... http://bit.ly/24HUV37
Another very cool shot from the studio session with Susann. Sometimes a great model and a chair is all you need! :-) Model: Susann Skerka Photo: Andreas Timm Germany, Munich, 6-May 2016 http://bit.ly/1TQVeBI
This is the final photo of my series with Savannah. Another proof that smoke (and a great model of course!) can make wonders! Model: Savannah Nixon Photo: Andreas Timm Germany, Munich, 2016 http://bit.ly/206IbfN
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