The Stunning Work of Aram Bedrossian (NSFW)

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The Stunning Work of Aram Bedrossian (NSFW)

Very few photographers have the ability to tell cinematic stories within a single picture, and yet that’s what Aram Bedrossian does very effortlessly.

Aram is a New York-based editorial and portrait photographer whose images seem almost from another time. It’s also not a surprise that Aram has lent his talents to directing as well, working on various film projects and commercials.

His images are pretty and polished, yet still contain a raw element. But what really draws me into his work is that he has a way of making complex shoots look effortless and simple ones to look unusually complex.

See more of his work here.

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A Butt and some sweet underboob... Totally safe for my work.  =)

smoke break bullet... lovvve it

Anonymous's picture

Great images, has this kind of toning have a speciale name? Or has anybody got a tutorial for this, I just love this look and want to create something similar in post.

Thanks

Spy Black's picture

 It's called Instagram...

Bazinga...

Instagram got its effects from real photographing techniques. Correct me if i am wrong but, I think that just because instagram has a similar effect does not mean we should decide never to shoot like this again.

If you call forgetting to mix your fixer strong enough in your darkroom, or leaving your colour print on a windowsill in the sun for 20 years "techniques"...

no i am just saying that it is appropriate to do something to your photos if the photographer wants the desired effect for some reason or another. if the photographer wants this effect and by mixing a diluted fixer is the pathway to acheve this style, then who are we to judge another's creative eye and the way that they acheve their effect?

SebastianKaczorowski's picture

Instagram? lol

dude... is not the toning..... what makes a picture a good picture... please get it for once and for all!!!!

The coconut shot is awesome!

thank you.... i really needed
to see some refreshing work