TOLAROIDS: Favorite shoot

I’ve been sorting my photos recently and I stumbled across so many pictures from the past that I wanted to share, but this still probably remains my favorite creative shoot. It was for my own exhibition that I curated in 2019 and it featured dance in different transformations. The problem with capturing dance is that a photograph only captures a short snippet, freezes the dancer in one moment, while the entire idea of dance is that it’s continuous. That’s why I used long exposure to capture the continuum and to really show the act of dancing.

If you hover over the images you can see what settings I used, just if you’re curious 🙂 I am working on editing some new photos so there should be some new exciting content soon.

 

 

 

 

 

With any questions/comments/concerns you can find me at:

email: akilian@umich.edu

Instagram: akilian,jpg

TOLAROIDS: “Table Manners”

If you followed my work last year you know I try to avoid unjustified black & white editing. In the case of this series though we were aiming for a romantic, slightly vintage and polaroid-like look. It was not a serious photoshoot, but turned into a fun portrait of playful femininity which I called “Table Manners.”

 

 

 

 

 

Model & idea: Julia Jaworska

 

Any comments/ideas/questions:

email: akilian@umich.edu

Instagram: akilian.jpg

 

Model: Julia Jaworska (Instagram: @jawor_j)

TOLAROIDS: Doors

One of my favorite things to photograph has always been doors. I am not sure why, but they are always interesting and colorful objects that speak not only for a given culture or place but also for an individual. Here is a collection of my favorite doors from around the world 🙂

 

 

TOLAROIDS: Travels

As the semester is coming to an end, I’m going back home! So I decided to post some travel-themed pictures, including some of my city 🙂

 

Happy finals!