Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017

Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Photography and Styling Workshop Florence 2017 | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic

I admit I always had crush on Italy. I still remember our family trips to Trieste for shopping , because who knows more about clothes then Italians… We would stay few days on Istrian coast and then just cross a border to Italy.
Later on I worked for Italian NGO and had chance to knew few Italians that I can still call friends and travel through Italy with them. One of my friends, Claudio, born in Florence, showed me his city a lot of years ago and memories of Florence got deeply into my memory.

Coming back to Florence this October was very special, nostalgic feeling mixed with excitement.
This time I was about to teach photography and styling together with Renée.

We were lucky to have such a great guide as Marina is. Despite big crowds in the city center , she showed us parts of city where locals like to wonder, Saturday organic market, bakeries, small shops, coffee bars and best restaurants.
We stayed at amazing Numeroventi where our host Martino did everything for us to feel welcome.
We had chance to learn how to make pasta from Emiko and eat all delicious food she cooked for us.
We visited Saskia Wittmer and Liverano & Liverano studious, where creativity was palpable.
We picnic at Valdirose, in between olive trees.
We strolled through hidden Florence streets, trying to catch light and shade.

Week in Florence was special in so many ways, and I am thankful for all of those who made it happen as well as amazing participants who shared their stories and experiences and let use inspired them but but also being inspired with!!!

Partners:

31 Chapel Lane
Jaqueline Harberink Ceramics
Beija-flor
Numeroventi
S.Forno
Uashmama
Valdirose

Makers:

Saskia Wittmer
Liverano & Liverano

Inês Telles Jewelry :: Solar

Inês Telles Jewelry :: Solar | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic

Inês Telles Jewelry :: Solar | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Inês Telles Jewelry :: Solar | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic

Inês Telles Jewelry :: Solar | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic

Inês Telles Jewelry :: Solar | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Inês Telles Jewelry :: Solar | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic

Inês Telles Jewelry :: Solar | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic

Inês Telles Jewelry :: Solar | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic

Inês Telles Jewelry :: Solar | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic

Inês Telles Jewelry :: Solar | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic

SOLAR, new collection by Inês Telles, is light and dancing jewelry, adorned with cut out patterns that play between the emptiness and the full, the light and it’s absence, and that are punctuated with little pearls and thin silver slats.

Credits
Jewelry : Inês Telles
Model: Inês Barros
Hair and Makeup : Cati Beauty
Photography : Sanda Pagaimo

Lisbon Stories :: Conrad’s Bakery

Conrad's Bakery | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Pagaimo
Conrad's Bakery | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Pagaimo Conrad's Bakery | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Pagaimo
Conrad's Bakery | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Pagaimo
Conrad's Bakery | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Pagaimo Conrad's Bakery | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Pagaimo
Conrad's Bakery | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Pagaimo
Conrad's Bakery | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Pagaimo

Until now, Lisbon stories always spoke about places you can visit, people behind the counter that you can meet. But besides those stories there are the others, ‘in the shadow’, those whose face you don’t know, but maybe you do eat cakes their make, drink bear they produce, have coffee they roasted ..

Conrad’s Bakery is one of them.

Marta’s passion about food and cooking started in her adult life, she wanted to gather her friends at home, and what the best way then around the table.
As she is not so much into the sweets, when eating out, she was never fully pleased with desserts.
Marta took it as a challenge.
She started baking, for her friends first and then that turned into something more. Conrad’s Bakery was born.

Today she supplies few cool places (one of them I already wrote about in Lisbon stories) and she accept orders.

Conrad’s Bakery
conradsbakery@gmail.com

Naz Fashion

Naz Fashion| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Naz Fashion| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic Naz Fashion| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Naz Fashion| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Naz Fashion| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic Naz Fashion| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Naz Fashion| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Naz Fashion| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic Naz Fashion| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Naz Fashion| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Naz Fashion| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic Naz Fashion| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic

I don’t consider myself a fashion photographer, but when I was invited to work on image for Naz new collection I definitely had to say yes. Naz is sustainable fashion brand with handmade exclusive coolection that is base on fair trade.
I follow their work for some time and have few pieces in my own wardrobe.. their style is minimalist and easy to combine.

Credits:

Models : Yana K Serrenho / Celine Diaz
Photography and Styling: Sanda Pagaimo
Place : Casa Odegaard
Cloths : Naz Fashion

LUDC Shop :: Summer Sale

LUDC Shop| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
LUDC Shop| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic LUDC Shop| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
LUDC Shop| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
LUDC Shop| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic LUDC Shop| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
LUDC Shop| Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic

​I don’t know about you, but we had few very warm days here in Lisbon. ​Last few days we are having chance to cool down a bit before another heat wave.
How is your summer going? Plans for great vacations?

While you are enjoying summer and making travel plans I wanted to give you something more to make these summer days even better.
From today until the end of July you can purchase products from LUDC Shop with 10% discount, just need to enter LUDCSUMMER on check out.

It would be nice to have some handmade ceramics, wood and lather goods waiting for you when you come back from vacations, isn’t it?

Cafés de Lisboa for PathPort

Cafés de Lisboa | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Cafés de Lisboa | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Cafés de Lisboa | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Cafés de Lisboa | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Cafés de Lisboa | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Cafés de Lisboa | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Cafés de Lisboa | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Cafés de Lisboa | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Cafés de Lisboa | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Cafés de Lisboa | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Cafés de Lisboa | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Cafés de Lisboa | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic

When I was contacted by PathPort and asked to make my Lisbon path I knew it had to be about my favourite coffee spots. I was so happy to make a part of their guides made by creatives, artists, influencers … locals who have special view of city they live in.

I made a list of fifteen places I like to visit and spend time in and I started. It took me some time, bit I enjoyed those days of visiting places from my list, drinking coffee, eating and photographing.

In case you are traveling to Lisbon, or you live here but want to find some new places to visit, my Cafés de Lisboa guide is available at PathPort

Food and Lifestyle Photography Workshop Florence, October 2017

Beach Picnic | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Olive Oil Cake| Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Beach Picnic | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Beach Picnic | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Olive Oil Cake| Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Olive Oil Cake| Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Beach Picnic | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Olive Oil Cake| Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Beach Picnic | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Olive Oil Cake| Photography by Sanda Vuckovic

*****
This workshop is now SOLD OUT. If you wish to be added to the mailing list, please write to little.upside.down.cake@gmail.com.

Thank you everyone!
*****

Florence in October .. grey and heavy sky, this will be scenario for Photography Workshop in October 2017 with Renée Kemps, Marina Denisova, Emiko Davies and me.

Renée and myself will help you to find your own style, play with light and shadow and learn to tell a story. We will style food scenes, play around with props, gather around the table and talk about photography.

We will be based in Numeroventi, located in the very heart of Florence, inside the historic Palazzo Galli Tassi built in 1510. From there we will explore Florence, eat amazing food made by food writer and cook Emiko, who will also teach us to make a fresh pasta and share some of her Florence secret spots with us.

Details:

Where: Florence, Italy

When: October 16-20, 2017

Hosts: Sanda Vuckovic & Renée Kemps

Cost:
1250 € single sofa bed
1500 € double sofa bed single capacity
1750 € double bed single capacity
All beds are in shared apartments

Deposit of 50% is needed for registration and a final payment will be due August 15, 2017.

What is included:

– 3 days & 4 nights accommodation at Numeroventi;
– all meals during the workshop (welcome snacks & drinks, 4 dinners, 3 lunches, 4 breakfasts, snacks & refreshments during the workshop);
– 3 whole days of food and lifestyle photography, lectures, one on one sessions, classes, hands on, post processing
– all activities and excursions.

Activities:

– Visiting local food market
– Florence city tour
– Visiting local maker
– Making fresh pasta
– Styling a picnic

Excluded: airfare or transportation to & from the workshop.

Venue: Numeroventi is a guesthouse, exhibition space and artistic residence. Designed by Andrew Trotter, editor of Openhouse Magazine, it’s located in the very heart of Florence, inside the historic Palazzo Galli Tassi built in 1510. Clean and simple, yet warm and inviting, Numeroventi has become a landmark for creatives from all over the world.

Collaborator: Emiko Davies is a Florence-based Australian food writer, photographer and cook. Tuscan capital has been her home for 11 years. Passionate about traditional italian cuisine she is the author of two cookbooks (Florentine: The True Cuisine of Florence and Acquacotta). She also writes a regular column for Food52 and has written extensively for The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Jamie Oliver Magazine and more.

Organizer: Marina Denisova, is a Florence-based photographer. Originally Russian, she moved to Florence 7 years ago and started to develop her career as a professional photographer. Today she shoots a variety of material including interior, food, travel and lifestyle for local and international publications and brands.

Cancellation policy: Due to planning logistics, there will be no refunds for this workshop.

Reservations: For reservation please contact us at florenceinoctober@gmail.com

Beach Picnic

Beach Picnic | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Beach Picnic | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic Beach Picnic | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Beach Picnic | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Beach Picnic | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Beach Picnic | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic Beach Picnic | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Beach Picnic | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Beach Picnic | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic Beach Picnic | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Beach Picnic | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic

Last September my friends gathered for beach picnic to celebrate the end of summer.
This gathering made part of Spoonful Salt Issue.

I made Spelt Sourdough Bread that we ate with Herbs Labneh and Black Tea Cured Salmon, baked Beef and Olives Empanadas and for desert we had Berry Tart with Crumble and Chia Pudding with Strawberries and Hazelnuts and drank Grapefruit and Fennel Lemonade.

You can find all these recipes and story about our celebration in last issue of Spoonful magazine.

Alfama

Alfama | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Alfama | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Alfama | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Alfama | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Alfama | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Alfama | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic Alfama | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
Alfama | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic

If you ever visited or are about to visit Lisbon you´ve probably already heard about Alfama. Alfama is oldest and one of the most typical Lisbon neighbourhoods.

Nowadays, Alfama is crowded with tourists, mixed with locals … you can hear fado singing from houses, it’s colourful and loud … BUT … in my opinion that’s something that comes out on a first sight. When you start wondering, get lost in its alleys, you start to feel some kind of melancholic peace … pastel tones and old walls comes to your sight.
I love to visit from time to time, run away from crowd and wonder around and that’s what I did last week. I tried to capture that other face of Alfama, one that you can’t get immediately but have to search for …

Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017

Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic

There is something very special about organising workshop, it’s all about being inspired.
Last week Marta and I traveled to deep Alentejo, where we couldn’t get enough of beautiful landscapes .. small hills, olive trees, yellow grass burnt by sun…
We found peace, one that force you to calm down, take a big breath and slow down.

On Sunday we welcomed amazing group of ladies who made following days filled with laugh. Together, we searched for the best light and captured what surround us.
But not just that.. we had long meals, ate amazing food made by Filipe, foraged wild flowers with Chelsea, roasted marshmallows late in the night, picnic and swim in the lake and exchange our life stories, experiences and opinions.

Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic
Photography and Styling Workshop Portugal 2017 | Photography and Styling by Sanda Vuckovic

I came back to Lisbon richer for so many new friendships, experiences and memories. All of these ladies influenced me and I got inspired by each one of them … be prepared to get inspired as well by Mina, Jette, Sorraia, Natalia, Marta, Nevena, Ana, Zosia and Marielle

Partners:

São Lourenço de Barrocal
Quinoa Organic Bakery
Created and Found
SAL Atelier

Collaborators:

Chelsea Fuss
Filipe Lucas Frazão

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