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'Essence of Life' MILANO coffee table book – photographed by Tobias Regell c/o CAMERALINK for the label NN07

Tobias Regell c/o CAMERALINK photographed for the fashion label NN07 in Milan. Besides fashion, the team  from NN07 also specializes in lifestyle, books and fine food. The latest campaign was above all about capturing the atmosphere of Milan.

"Our S/S '18 campaign took us to Milan, Italy. A city in which fashion, furniture, folks and music meet in a constant swirl of traditional history and future trends. A city in which we found our models. A city that inspired our summer 2018 photo shoot. We captured a few precious days that are now part of our history. And we invite you to vicariously participate in this journey.
An amazing country, fuelled by passion. We wanted to pay tribute to the Italian way of life, where things are still allowed to take time and are still crafted with expert knowledge. We created a larger-than-life coffee table book – well, maybe not that large (about 90 X 65 cm). But we think it’s quite big. The one-and-only Tobias Regell gets credit for all photos (tobiasregell.com). .."
13.04.2018 // show complete article

 
Edita Vilkeviciute for H&M – staged by Director and photographer Magnus Magnusson c/o CAMERALINK

Edita Vilkeviciute, the successful model from Lithuania, stood for H&M in front of the camera of Magnus Magnusson c/o CAMERALINK.
13.04.2018 // show complete article

 
Peek & Cloppenburg Spring campaign with Crista Cober, photographed by Magnus Magnusson c/o CAMERALINK

Fashion & portrait photographer Magnus Magnusson c/o CAMERALINK shot cool looks at the beach for the client Peek & Cloppenburg. He photographed the Spring campaign with Canadian model Crista Cober.

"Mastering the cinematic daylight, which is always present in his imagery, he has developed a very personal style, delivering an extraordinary mix of fashion and portrait photography both inside and outside the studio," CAMERALINK says about the work of the photographer.
13.03.2018 // show complete article