We first fell in love with Ramon Haindl’s work about a year-and-a-half ago when he was still finding his feet as a freelance photographer. We were immediately drawn to his sensitive treatment of subjects, his extraordinary use of light and his collaborations with the likes of Haw-Lin Services and Deutsche and Japaner. Arguably one of our stand-out photographs of 2012 was his shot of a model’s beautiful auburn hair resting on the neck of her knitted jumper – it’s a truly exceptional image.
Needless to say Ramon’s work has gone from strength to strength between then and now and he’s producing a wider variety of work including fashion, reportage, editorial and music photography. But the key elements – that attention to detail and sensational lighting – remain consistent in all his endeavours. Show here is an editorial for DB Art Magazine showcasing Warsaw’s art scene that perfectly exemplifies Ramon’s approach to photography.
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