Almost one year ago we had the opportunity to photograph backstage at Ethno Tendance 2015, a fashion event in Brussels. We went there on the first day, I took a Leica with black and white film, the Makina with colour and Stephanie took the Sony A7 for video. As usual, I started very shy, taking pictures from way too far away, feeling a bit like an intruder. After some time, and after warming up, I got in closer and noticed that everyone was super nice.
I feel a bit bad that I only shared some isolated images over the weeks and months since the event. Now that I “have my blog back”, I finally have a place to put all those images. I hope there are some you enjoy. I definitely enjoy these kind of events. Contrary to most fashion events it took place in a light flooded place: Brussels Thurn et Taxis, a series of beautiful storage facilities from the 19th century, with large windows under the roof, and resulting beautiful light.
Leica M2 / 35 Lux
Plaubel Makina 67 / Portra 800
Chamonix 45n2 with Portra 400 and HP5+
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