Anna Maria Jagodzinska by Greg Kadel | Numéro #112

Appearing in next month’s Numéro photographed by Greg Kadel, a heavily embellished Anna Maria Jagodzinska embraces pretty in pink with a provocative edge. Quite the chameleon, Anna takes to each subtle transformation with the greatest of ease–delivering a spread of beautiful shapes and angles.














60 Responses to “Anna Maria Jagodzinska by Greg Kadel | Numéro #112”

  1. Opus Lily Reply

    I don't get the appeal with work that relies so heavily on post process, resulting in images of women who look like mannequins. What is it about this that people like? The plastic face? The cheap Photoshop filters? Fashion needs a revolution.

      • In this instance, I am confident not a single effect was achieved in-camera.

        Yet, I still like it, even though this isn't usually my cup of tea. I think Anna delivers great range, the styling is _phenomenal_ (it works sooo well for the concept), it's simply all there. Including some ultra heavy-handed post work, heh.

        • No. It smacks of Post. The movement blur is too straight in all images to be anything but photoshop motion blur.

          • Not true. Motion blur can be a achieved in a # of ways. Straight motion blur can be done with a geared head on a tripod or a track.
            The chances are 50/50 post vs. in camera.

          • Opus Lily

            In this case, it was achieved in post. You can achieve this in various ways in-camera, but the motion blur was achieved in post. This editorial is all post production, and the model serves as nothing but a clothing rack. However, the typical fashion consumer will not care. They will "I love this" until kingdom come.

  2. Opus Lily Reply

    I don't get the appeal with work that relies so heavily on post process, resulting in images of women who look like mannequins. What is it about this that people like? The plastic face? The cheap Photoshop filters? Fashion needs a revolution.

      • In this instance, I am confident not a single effect was achieved in-camera.

        Yet, I still like it, even though this isn't usually my cup of tea. I think Anna delivers great range, the styling is _phenomenal_ (it works sooo well for the concept), it's simply all there. Including some ultra heavy-handed post work, heh.

        • No. It smacks of Post. The movement blur is too straight in all images to be anything but photoshop motion blur.

          • Not true. Motion blur can be a achieved in a # of ways. Straight motion blur can be done with a geared head on a tripod or a track.
            The chances are 50/50 post vs. in camera.

          • Opus Lily

            In this case, it was achieved in post. You can achieve this in various ways in-camera, but the motion blur was achieved in post. This editorial is all post production, and the model serves as nothing but a clothing rack. However, the typical fashion consumer will not care. They will "I love this" until kingdom come.

  3. Kadel is one of the few photographers who can make an interesting studio shoot. Love the movement.

  4. Kadel is one of the few photographers who can make an interesting studio shoot. Love the movement.

  5. Love the versatility that Anna brings to this editorial! Amazing!!!

  6. Love the versatility that Anna brings to this editorial! Amazing!!!

  7. I cant believe this!!!!! I’ve never seen such breathtaking photos <3 and the styling, and the lightning, and the model expressions !!!! <3 <3 <3

  8. I cant believe this!!!!! I’ve never seen such breathtaking photos <3 and the styling, and the lightning, and the model expressions !!!! <3 <3 <3

  9. Quite nice, I love the vibrant colors. I find the model's head and head accessories to be reminiscent of cancer patients during chemo.

  10. Quite nice, I love the vibrant colors. I find the model's head and head accessories to be reminiscent of cancer patients during chemo.

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