This style militant blends fashion, architecture and the natural landscape for a fresh take on fashion photography.
When Marcus Enno was 15, his art teacher said he could be famous. Several years later, this Newcastle bred dark room enthusiast headed for Sydney where, upon graduating from his Diploma of Photography, freelance assisting took hold. This culminated in a memorable exhibit at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Now relishing in a brimming client base, Enno frequently blends fashion, architecture and the natural landscape for an intriguing twist on the season’s must haves – the result is effortlessly cool.
Why fashion photography?
It’s a collaborative process that allows me to work with talented people in the creation of something beautiful.
What sets you apart from the next guy with a lens?
I also know karate
Black and white or colour?
I generally work in colour however I love black and white as well.
What inspires you as a photographer? Who is your mentor?
Helmut Newton is the man. He was a great photographer and an incredible personality – I believe he helped shape fashion photography to what it is today.
What, in your eyes, is the most vital element of a photo shoot to get right? Lighting, balance, model or styling?
The most important aspect is to know what you are trying to achieve, all the other elements will come together.
Sum yourself up in one word.
Contact Marcus at email@example.com
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