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Photo of Natasha Braier
Photo of Natasha Braier

Natasha Braier

“Instead of a garden and pond, we worked minimally — around the runway is all black — and we created a conceptual interpretation of water using blue light. We were bouncing [the light] off mirrors, through water, I was doing everything I could to make it feel like water.(...)My first instincts were to shoot this on film because of the beauty and the skin tones — it’s more flattering on film and easier to make the girls look stunning.”

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    José Luis Guerín Spain, 2007

    One summer, a man spends his days sketching at a cafe. He is looking for a woman he met years earlier. Amidst the buzz of activity, he draws the beautiful women around him, any one of whom could be her. One afternoon, he thinks he sees her, and sets off through the city to confront his memory.

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