Laura Schaeffer is a photographer and aspiring filmmaker based in Vienna and Regensburg. She takes wildly beautiful portraits that can hook you in and drag you down into a highly-stylized world.
As far as portrait photography concepts go, Laura comes up with varying styles to represent her work. She mixes it up by introducing different influences to her shots. From fashion photography to nature, and fine art to candid, every portrait is different but still bears her distinct style. Each shot she takes is well-composed and well thought of. It's just great to see such a young photographer with promising artistic skills progress with her art form. It's inspiring and challenging at the same time.
If you're interested in Laura's work, you may head over to her website for more.
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