Sigrid Agren by Tom Munro for Numéro #121

Sigrid Agren is a beach beauty for the March issue of Numéro. Lensed by Tom Munro, Sigrid dons lingerie and swimwear looks on a setting of rocks and sand. Whether barefoot or showing off five inch stilettos, Sigrid smolders in the black and white shoot.









23 Responses to “Sigrid Agren by Tom Munro for Numéro #121”

    • I’m pretty sure it’s not. But either way it doesn’t pretend. Really stunning shots.

    • I’m pretty sure it’s not. But either way it doesn’t pretend. Really stunning shots.

    • There is no reason for this to be film, and I am certain it is not. You actually have more control in b&w when shooting digitally in colour believe it or not. I have worked with top b&w photographer from the pre-digital era now retired, I showed him once what I could do with grading tools and he loved it, said it was so much better than anything you could do in the darkroom by a million miles. It may not even be medium format, but I think it is. Looks like medium format w/digital back of some kind. Not V-Series hasselblad, doesn’t look quite right… could just be modern ‘blad with Fujinon lenses.

    • There is no reason for this to be film, and I am certain it is not. You actually have more control in b&w when shooting digitally in colour believe it or not. I have worked with top b&w photographer from the pre-digital era now retired, I showed him once what I could do with grading tools and he loved it, said it was so much better than anything you could do in the darkroom by a million miles. It may not even be medium format, but I think it is. Looks like medium format w/digital back of some kind. Not V-Series hasselblad, doesn’t look quite right… could just be modern ‘blad with Fujinon lenses.

  1. Jfulbright Reply

    This embodies great photography and great fashion. Mission accomplished

  2. I like this a lot. No fuss or messing about. Just straight forward fashion photography. pure and simple. well done munro.

  3. they sure picked the right model…someone like Maryna or Edita would have been better suited, but is good

  4. i love the mood and shadows throughout all of this, makes every shot so dramatic and interesting

  5. I really love her and I like how they were trying to do something not too obvious but it doesn’t quite work for me…

  6. I really love her and I like how they were trying to do something not too obvious but it doesn’t quite work for me…

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