Natasha Linde
Natasha Linde
My story as a photographer is a journey of quite a few years
spread across several countries
Initially, it was all about fashion.
My career started in media. I worked for Elle, GQ, Cosmopolitan and many others and eventually became the editor of Andy Warhol's Interview magazine. But at some point I realised that I want to be more than a person that writes about fashion. I wanted to contribute to that world. And since I already rarely parted with my camera, the choice was obvious. I applied for London College of Fashion, moved to UK and after three years came back with a Master's degree in fashion photography.

Those years taught me a lot. I learned new thinking, I acquired new technical skills.
I had an amazing time at Sølve Sundsbø's studio, working with the most incredible photography masters of our time.
What was most important: I understood that fashion photography is all about quality pictures. But not humans. And it were real people that kept fascinating me.
I am definitely into love stories
They are always exciting even in the viewfinder with all the chemistry, true emotions, and the fun they bring with them. It is always exciting to dive into two partner's world and try to catch the intimate moments of their day on camera and then preserve them for years. In the end, there is nothing better for me than a beautiful setting, some natural light and a loving couple caught in it.

But after all this, don't get me wrong, I still do commercial photoshoots. Working in the studio or on location with a team, building the synergy between models, make-up artists, stylists, and assistants is a great exercise and always a challenge of its own.

I shall gladly share my professional page with you, in case you have interest.

I work in both digital and film, shooting classic 35mm as well as the amazing 6x4.5 medium format. I love to photograph on film....

I currently reside in Berlin. The city I never thought I would love with all my heart.
And of course, I travel to shoot pictures. If you are planning an event somewhere in Europe — just let me know and we shall figure out how to make it happen.

I am looking forward to meeting you!

Yours truly,

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