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Creative Shoots + Photoshop

By Kristina Moraru
By Kristina Moraru

I recently did a shoot with Lauren and wanted to share the results of some very simple PS tricks.

I’ve been using PS since the year 2000 and over the years it has changed how I look at beauty and photography in general. I believe that perfection doesn’t exist, instead our uniqueness should define us and attract us to each other.

Commercial photography has very defined ideas about beauty and many people outside of the editing community don’t realize how Photoshop can change digital images. Never trust the pictures you see in magazines 😛 We can all look like that if we had a PS pro process our images.

Ask yourself: Why would you want to look like everyone else? Embrace your beauty ❤ Strive to be the best and healthiest version of you!

Let me know what you think 🙂

Below is a GIF showcasing the changes
by Kristina Moraru
by Kristina Moraru

Model: Lauren Roy
Photo/MUA/Editing: Kristina Moraru

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February – Beauty with Kubota

Model: Kubota Maria 
Makeup: Kristina Moraru
Photography: Kristina Moraru

Had a great time shooting a beauty look with the beautiful half European half African model Kubota.  We also shot a creative look that day which should be coming up shortly 🙂

Click the image for a better view!

by Kristina Moraru
by Kristina Moraru

Levitation Project 2014

I have come across a Japanese photographer called Natsumi who takes amazingly beautiful photos of herself as if she’s levitating. After looking through her whole website I was so inspired that I wanted to continue her work and create photos in the same genre.

This is my first of many levitation photos of this year. My goal is to take at least one for every month  🙂

Floating Jan 2014 (s)

Please check out her beautiful work at yowayowacamera.com and maybe you will also be inspired 😉

Cheers,

K

Exploring Toronto

It was just one of those lazy summer days when Max and I decided to go wandering downtown Toronto with our cameras in hand. I had no expectations of what I’d shoot or whether I’d even like what I would see illuminated through my Nikon’s small LED screen at the end of the day.

Turns out Max was a great subject.