city wandering

wandering through sydney city shooting with my beautiful friend courtney a couple of years ago.

i don’t know why i never got around to posting these, but here they are now.

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  5. Amazingly beautiful nirrimi

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    i dream about a kid, but in my country situation for young mother is terrible. now i’m 20, i’ll be mother maybe for 5,6 years… so sad.
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  9. You know, my favorite detail (and I always love the details) in these photos is that she’s barefoot. There’s something so beautifully freeing in being barefooted, especially in environments in which shoes are expected (such as cities). I once wandered Barcelona with one shoe on and one shoe off (long story how I ended up like that, I’ll tell it to you sometime, if you wish), and was given a plethora of strange glances, but sometimes it feels good to have nothing between the ground and your flesh (even if it’s concrete, and even if I was bleeding and hopelessly lost). I love being barefooted on cool porches in summer mornings or dusk. I digress though.

    The first two shots are my favorites, love the backdrops, and the model is so lovely in all of them, not to mention, I’d like to borrow/steal that outfit she has on in the last photos. Yet, the curved staircase is so striking, and who doesn’t love an abandoned mattress in the street? At the very least you can jump on it, and not worry about breaking a bed frame.

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    P.S. I kind of wish your posting everyday could go on forever (says the girl who sometimes takes three months or more to update her blog).

  10. lovely work! as always.
    I’m loving your daily posts, so inspiring. I don’t know if its only me but i can see some difference between these photos (retouching maybe) and your other work, they are a bit different, but really good and lovely just like everything you do 🙂
    keep inspiring!
    Have a nice day Nirrimi !

  11. These photos are lovely, Nirrimi! Makes me realise how much I pass through Sydney without noticing the little details

  12. I love the sixth photo on the steps! The curve of the stairs gives the feeling of being in a dream, where surfaces are not as stable as in the real world. Such a wandering dream you have captured!

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  15. I adore your photography. Having accomplished so much at this age is quite impressive. You truly are an inspiration. I am 20 and I am still stuck and trying to find out whatever. I feel as if I were older and wiser when I was younger. But you look like you’ve never lost the you 14 year old you. Already so mature for your but still as wild as a gypsy.

    I understand how you meant ‘wondering around’. Just because it’s a shoot it doesn’t mean it can’t be fluid and natural, just hopping around, versus a set and such. You saying wondering makes perfect sense!

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  16. I think I remember another photo you took of a girl lying on a mattress in the street? I can’t find it anywhere though. Was it this shoot?
    Anyway, this is amazing, as usual! <3

  17. These are beautiful!! I especially love the third and seventh photos, there’s just something about them 🙂 Love the new blog too! ♥

  18. Oh my!
    I would have never thought that it was just street lamps light! You can control the ambient light very well and certainly make a good use of it.

  19. Beautiful photos. I’ve been subscribed to your Facebook a while now after a friend of mine shared some of your work. When you launched your blog, I knew I had to follow that too. Your work here is so inspiring and it’s caused me to question what I really want to aim for. Thank you for just being yourself and causing such a reaction. Your talent is so obvious.

    My favourite images here at the second and the seventh one. For some reason, they seem the most strong.

  20. ah nirrimi these are stunning! don’t see what the big deal about outfit changes are! haha looks like wandering to me. the third one is definitely my favourite but i love them all. and i love the blog! <3

  21. Jamie you’re being a closed-minded here, this is a photography blog and most of what Nirrimi posts are her own photos. This post isn’t advertising, she’s just sharing her work on her own blog 🙂

  22. hi nirrimi,
    It is my opinion that these photos do not seem to indicate that you were wandering, as much as creating a portfolio for a young model. 3 outfit changes equals modelling. I am not holding this against you, though I wonder what could be. Young women in photos, great, for many of your readers/clients/model friends/etc, but these pictures are simply advertising to others like me.

  23. These are gorgeous! Hoping to see some more unseen photographs from you!
    I love the staircase one! Crazy beautiful.

  24. hello ada, the only light i ever use in my work is ambient light. usually just the sun, but in this case it was street lamps. 🙂

  25. These are lovely!

    I find the first image quite powerful and strong, mainly due to the dead meat behind the pretty model. I see it as a strong subject to portray or include in images because it is so controversial and creates opinions amongst people, therefore it’s interesting.

    I also really like the few last images, the one on the mattress and especially the one with bare back. The lighting in them is amazing! And here I have a question. Did you use a street lamp lighting or did you have studio lights with you whilst shooting them? I am asking because at uni I am doing a project where we have to use lights to create a single image that looks like a film still. And this is exactly what I thought the second I have seen these two images. They are very interesting and great.

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