I do not shoot in long series with one model. Each set of one model usually contains from 3 to 10 photos. I always post one or two photos on Facebook or on Instagram. But there are always pictures that for some reason are not published: did not have time to develop; started another series; forgot to publish; or just too lazy to publish… Sometimes happens that I publish one photo in one place, and the second in another place… And it is here I plan to publish everything, all photos of the same series in one place, including previously unpublished photos, black and white versions of my works and (possibly!) backstage photos.
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