TITLE: Sabrina the island fairy
In my work as a photographer, women repeatedly told me that they would like to be photographed as a nude or erotic and that it makes a difference to them whether a man or a woman is behind the camera and takes the photos. Meeting a photographer sometimes feels more familiar and informal. And so I had my first photo shoot with Sabrina at the end of August, in Langeoog, my former home on the island. I chose the island forest as the shooting location, everyone can enjoy the beach and the sea :-). No, the reason was simply to be close to nature and to give Sabrina a certain "shelter" because I knew this was her first shoot.
With BILDSCHOEN I want to break the taboo that only women with a "guardian" measure are beautiful as models and create an awareness that every woman is beautiful as she is. With my new photo project I would like to call on women to be photographed by me in order to show the wonderful unbelievable diversity of our female bodies.
AUTHOR: Daniela Skrzypczak (Germany)
PHOTOGRAPHY IS FEELING, TOUCHING, LOVING
Hello, my name is Daniela Skrzypczak. I love life and people. This is the reason why I like to photograph them.
For me photography means seeing people with my eyes and making them visible. To emphasize the beauty of each individual with feeling, with devotion and with love from different perspectives.
Woman photographer, maker and woman. The face, the innovative power and the empathic spirit of demipress + bildschoen - my photo project for women and foto Glück - my own photography brand.
BIFA Award 2021 Bronze winner in Architecture / Cityscapes / 2021
Monochrom Photography Awards 2021 Double „Honorable Mention"
ND Photography Award 2021 Honorable Mention professional in der Category Nude
Siena International Photo Awards 2021 Double finalist
Monovisions Photography Awards 2021 „Honorable Mention" two pictures series
Siena International Photo Awards 2020 Finalist
Monochrom Photography Awards 2020 „Honorable Mention"
Siena International Photo Awards 2019 Double finalist
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