Things not seen by the naked eye

Capturing and creating the photographic interpretations of fashion requires artistic outlook and a refreshing new perspective on the diverse world of clothing and accessories. Photographer Daniel Sangermani makes use of both black and white and infrared photography to harness the ethereal and raw feeling of this shoot.

The fashion and styling, done by Sarah Marion Birchley, features metalised accessories with a combination of both eastern essence and a hint of gothic noir. The clothing itself is mutely toned and made of soft and flowing materials- carrying that ethereal and mystical tone that features in the scenery of the shoot into the apparel.

colour plays fashion shoot

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Colours you Can't See by Daniel Sangermani (NSFW)
Colours you Can't See by Daniel Sangermani (NSFW)
Colours you Can't See by Daniel Sangermani (NSFW)
Colours you Can't See by Daniel Sangermani (NSFW)
Colours you Can't See by Daniel Sangermani (NSFW)
Colours you Can't See by Daniel Sangermani (NSFW)
Colours you Can't See by Daniel Sangermani (NSFW)
Colours you Can't See by Daniel Sangermani (NSFW)
Colours you Can't See by Daniel Sangermani (NSFW)

Model Daisy is a milken beauty with a shadowy appearance, with hair that carries this ghostly whiteness (done by Danielle Gallagher) and make-up (done by Carla Sakrzewski) that has such intense contrast in black eyes and nails. The overall feel within this shoot is one of supernatural beauty – an artistic revelation of colours that the eye cannot see (executed by infrared) and a story not yet understood.

See more of Daniel Sangermani’s photorgraphy (www.redeclipsephotography.com) by viewing the gallery.

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Born into the humble town of Franschhoek, South Africa it was little wonder that Chevaun Roux would find her flavour in life through good food, good wine and stylish apparel. After completing a Bacherlors Degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics the world of freelance writing became the first choice in occupation, with no regrets and having never looked back. With a zest for anything with colour, vibrance and essence she found herself diving further into the world of fashion and design; from thifting vintage wedding dresses to pouring through new and modern jewelry pieces. This self anointed bohemian indentity believes in all the partisan revolutionary ideals of love, beauty and freedom, and when she isn’t writing or editing you can find her at the kitchens helm creating her latest milkshake masterpiece.