Paula Zago by Gustavo Marx for Cake #3

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published April 25, 2011

Delicate Place – Photographer Gustavo Marx teams up with stylist and makeup artist Ronnie Peterson for the third issue of Cake Magazine. Featuring Paula Zago in monochromatic looks, the intimate images radiate no-fuss beauty.






Cover – Mayara Marchi


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14 thoughts on “Paula Zago by Gustavo Marx for Cake #3”

    • you’re so funny! wait, are you serious?… “there is a reason why we have professional photographers”?! Are you saying you know this photographer and he’s not a professional, or are you saying professional photographers should never take pictures YOU don’t like? well… for a kid you sure have spunk.

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      • 🙂 sorry, might have come out the wrong way. What I mean is, it is a certain style of photography which some magazines have a lot of, and I’m not crazy about it. But obviously, people have very different tastes – pretty much for all the editorials posted in here comment range from love to hate. I only do photos for fun myself – and when I feel I could do as well as this myself, I’m just not impressed.

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  1. I’m no expert, but this doesn’t feel amateur to me.
    I like the lighting and the model looks stunning in all the photos.

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  2. I’m no expert, but this doesn’t feel amateur to me.
    I like the lighting and the model looks stunning in all the photos.

    Reply
  3. I’m no expert, but this doesn’t feel amateur to me.
    I like the lighting and the model looks stunning in all the photos.

    Reply

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