Sunday, April 26, 2009

Five years of sexy celebrities - Playboy's third page


Celebrating 5 years of Slovenia's SEXIEST celebrities on the third page of Playboy magazine.
Congratulations to all the beautiful ladies who were brave enough to come in front of my camera and do the magic.

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Silent thoughts


There comes a time in life when you have to let go of all the pointless drama & the people who create it and surround yourself with people who make you laugh so hard that you forget the bad and focus solely on the good.
After all, life is too short to be anything but happy.

(The picture: Buddha from Lantau Island, Hong Kong)

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Among the best photographers in the world!




One of the best what-is-going-on in fashion/design/photography/architecture internet blogs called designscene.net has published some of my fashion photographs with CV, right between Nick Knight and Steven Meisel.

Dudes and Dudettes, I will go now and be soooo proud.
Check the post here.

(Model: Carmen Bala@Major Milano)

Monday, April 20, 2009

Roots of the sky


"Time you enjoy wasting was not wasted."
John Lennon.

(The Baobab alley shot in Morondava, Madagascar.)

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Rok Golob rocks


We just did some shots for the man himself.
Rok Golob, the energetic composer and conductor, is pouring soul and funk into the ears and hearts of our people - literally.
He brought the Firm Soundation, an outstanding 10-member vocal and instrumental group back from LA to do some concerts here on the sunny side of the Alps with Big Band RTV Slovenia.
Sway-a-way!

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Of Maurs and Men


You will probably never visit Mauretania. Some would say, "There is nothing to see, really".
But beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In order to see, you have to look hard.
It's there, believe me.

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Cherry Blossom Girl


Spring has finally come.

(Model: Urska@NLMM)

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Yodobashi Camera - Tokyo's temple for photographers





Once in a while you come across a brutally magnificent shop which really stocks everything you need for your photographic exhibitionism. There is B&H in New York, Dinkel in Munich and my new personal favorite, Yodobashi Camera in Tokyo.

Two Tokio branches are especially worth mentioning - the "home store" in Shinjuku and the multimedia specialist Yodobashi Akiba in Akihabara. There are 9 floors of stuff you always dreamed about, from heated toilet seats to latest robotic gadgets, but the really interesting and useful stuff shines on 5 floors in one of Shinjuku's stores (there are several). They are dedicated entirely to photography.

Imagine seeing every Canon body and lens available on the market - and testing them, too (yes, there was the 1200mm lens on display). There is studio equipment, tripods and professional monitors, full analog medium format range (from Mamiya to Hasselblad and up to large format) and more stuff to blow your socks off.

But enough said, you have to see it for yourself.
You can do a virtual walk through the Akiba store here (I strongly recommend it!!!). In a true Japanese fashion they also have a very silly & annoying jingle (every store has different lyrics), based on the ol' Battle Hymn of the Republic (you know, Glory Glory Hallelujah...) which instantly becomes something you CAN NOT erase from your head the whole trip to Japan !"#$%&... It plays on and on and on the whole day (poor employees...)
Hear it here.

So y'all future Nobuyoshi Arakis and Koji Onakas, come on down to Tokyo for a slice of photographers' paradise!

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

100 reasons why I love Japan



Harajuku girls, Kyoto, sushi, onsen, Kurosawa, sake, bowing, shopping, Shibuya, zen gardens, pachinko, Loft, geishas, Takashimaya, Yodobashi camera, Hello Kitty, Tokyu Hands, kuro roll, macha, Tsukiji fish market, unagi, UniQlo, tea ceremony, hijiki, wasabi, hentai, miso soup, fugu, anime, Shinjuku, yakitori, Uji, genmaicha, Asahi, kimonos, Gion, 100 Yen shops, cosplay, Roppongi Hills, sento, tatami, tako yaki, karoshi, Maid Cafes, kabuki, Tobu, Takeshita Dori street, Akihabara, shabu shabu, soba, udon, sencha, gyokuro, shopfronts at Omote Sando, capsule hotels, love hotels, ryokan, vending machines, Shinkansen, Ikebukuro, Arashiyama, Himeiji, Shirakawa-go, cherry blossom viewing, Philosopher's walk, Lost in translation, kaiseki ryori, omamori, slurping, face masks, squid crackers, Doraemon, fake food displays, heated toilet seats, Yen banknotes, parks, Nintendo, samurai, woodblock printing, kanji, wagashi, tempura, tonkatsu, "hotto", "gozeimaaaassss", squeaky voices, yudofu, sumo, punctuality, fare adjusting machines, Tanuki, Alma Karlin, bonsai, karaoke, Asimo, temples, Mikimoto, Mt. Fuji, torii and bamboo.

Monday, April 6, 2009

The Art of Travel


When you go, go with style.

(Model: Una@Taliamodel)