8. make over
People who deal with me on a regular basis know that I don’t use make up. A little black eyeliner is as far as I can go. I don’t understand a thing about make up products and I’m sure I would be a disaster applying most of them.
So when my friend Miguel asked me to be part of his project I thought it might be interesting. He picked three photographers that don’t usually wear make up, and applied his amazing skills on some crazy make overs with incredible results.
I can barely recognize myself in the second picture but hey, it’s me somehow. You can check the other pictures of the project as well as Miguel’s work on his Facebook Page
7. I spy…
…with my little eye, something beginning with L.
I’ve been spending most of my nights (and days) in front of the computer, working in retouching. Two nights ago my boyfriend was writing on the living room and I could see him from my office. The light was so perfect, almost a movie frame, so I had to take a picture.
Alexandre, June 2014
My mom’s family is from one of my favorite places in the world. At least considering the ones I’ve visited so far.
I’ve spent most of my Summers here and love every detail. The light reflecting in the water, every sunset, the strong waves and mostly the gold tones at the end of the afternoon.
This time I was lucky enough to be able to book a job there, so at the end of the working day I went out for a quick walk to capture the sunset.
April is knows for its schizophrenia when it comes to the weather, but me and my friend White Negatives were very lucky the day we decided to go location scouting in Sintra.
missing those summer days…
*film images taken last summer.
Last December I shot Amilna Estevão for an interview on DIVO Magazine.
She is a 14yo model from Angola who will sure be huge in the future. I can tell you it was freezing cold that morning and not for a second she stopped giving her best and behaving like a professional model!
The magazine came out in February and I am very excited to show you the results.
Testing a kind of home studio. Loving it so far.
Alexandre, December 2013.
I promised myself that during 2014 this blog would be alive. It’s not a new year’s resolution but a personal need. I have all this pictures in my hard drive that the world never sees, and this is a way of keeping what I shoot up to date.
So, first post of the year.
I moved back to Lisbon a few months ago. Being home again feels great and I live in a beautiful city, specially in foggy days.
I had a flu but couldn’t resist and had to drive to take these pictures. Was ill for a few more days but it was worth the shot.