This is how the photographer works Fina Lunes

Artual Editions, 2009

Cover book This is how the photographer works Fina Lunes Artual Editions, 2009

Taking fashion photographs with models and build a language in images that pretend to go a little beyond the simple photograph of a dress, I have always found it a challenge.

Photographing fashion accessories such as shoes, bags, etc., giving them a magical touch I love and photograph objects with soul, a whole exercise of imagination.

I would like to have achieved through a brief, simple and pleasant way, a personal look, talking about sociology of fashion and how my teaching work affects my work in fashion photography.

And conversely, how do I do my favorite illuminations and why, and how do I approach the development of images to create and elaborate concepts, which later in my own aesthetics I can translate into fashionable images.

Presentation of the book "This is how the photographer Fina Lunes works"

Alibri Bookshop, Barcelona 2007

Caracolas · Conches

March Editor, 2007

Cover book Conches ConchasI started these images pushed by the need for a journey into my interior, looking for those emotions and feelings numbed under the various "shells" that we often put on top, and that are often so heavy that even stop us and not us they let walk.

Looking beyond these "shells" and getting in motion has allowed me to make a trip that has been complicated and bittersweet at the same time, but that has given me the opportunity to offer and share with others a new, different and positive look, Confident, strong, fragile, serene, sad and cheerful.

In short, I would say that it is a living look, full of dreams and realities that broadens and finds different paths.

Part of the prologue of the book

The scalpel of the time has studied with category of artist, the underground language of the lines of dresses of conches. He has drawn the design of a very old architecture and inspiration for contemporary.

Fina Lunes, as the heiress protagonist, makes its variation to seek from the beginning the reason of the most ancestral origin of these forms. Expect as an aphrodite and other goddesses of the sea, the response of a triton that leaves the head of fish to look like a man, and in love the spiral conch shell approaches the ear to hear from the other side of the sea the answer to the great human question.

Mariona Millà. Plastic arts.

Presentation of the book “Caracolas · Conches”

Alibri Bookstore, Barcelona 2007