Ingrid Endel's Stunning Conceptual Photography

When we came across Ingrid Endel's stunning conceptual portraits, we knew we had to share her work here with you. Ingrid started shooting back in 2009 after a knee injury that kept her from dancing. We asked Ingrid to tell us a little about herself and her work. Enjoy!

I'm a fine art photographer based in Brisbane, Australia. My photography is strongly influenced by dance and movement, the connection between humans and nature, and storytelling. I aim to create scenes of imaginary worlds in which the body tells the story. Self portraiture has enabled me to use my skills as a dancer to extend the boundaries of human expression.










I plan each photo, from the location, props, costume and time of day to the final look (colours, contrast, etc). I often shoot when it's overcast or just after the sun has gone down, and I always use a tripod and remote. I spend hours editing each photo until it resembles the image in my mind.

I use a Canon 5D Mark II with the 50mm f/1.4 lens and Adobe Photoshop CS3.

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July 2013