If you like our last post ADRIEN CRASNAULT PHOTOSHOOT FOR COOL-FOUTA, see this video to get the whole picture of what is was that peaceful sunset at Cala Salada.
If you have seen the pics in our latest post SUMMER PHOTO SHOOT by Ibiza Lights at Cala d’Hort you will love this video of it.
Masha from Discoveribiza.tv said: “The idea of enjoying the summer with a 100% cotton artisan towel is like that – simple and natural. Our model Andrea has class and her image transmits us that agreeable feeling of quality, an attractive fusion of simplicity and style.”
Thanks to Masha, Gustavo and all people involved. This video is a pleasure for our eyes…
By Ibiza Lights – Jose Antonio Hervas Mora
What a nice day Cool-Fouta de Ibiza spent at Cala d’Hort and how the results are beautiful when a whole team get along well with each other. It was a pleasure having such professionals working for cool-fouta.com. Also great having the possibility to place all the backstage at that amazing place, thanks to Bartolo, manager at “Restaurante Del Carmen” http://www.ibiza5sentidos.es/restaurantes/del-carmen/, a really cool restaurant with lovely food and magic views.
Photo: Jose Antonio Hervas Mora – http://www.ibizalights.com/
Model: Andrew Varel-la
Make up & Hair: Coco Bliss – http://pinterest.com/cocoblissorg/
Video: Masha Troitskaya & Gustavo Muñoz – http://www.discoveribiza.tv/
Location: Cala d’Hort – Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Ibiza, Balearic Islands – Spain
Working with the photographer Jose Antonio Hervas Mora – Ibiza lights makes things look simple. An internationally recognized artist for his time-lapse videos with gorgeous scenarios, gave us the opportunity to organize a fashion photo shoot right after he finished his last video. Ibiza Lights III is a wonderful work, showing what eyes cannot see. Jose explains, “The breathtaken sunsets of the island of Ibiza and its spectacular star-filled sky with Milky Way are some of the main characters of my new video Ibiza Lights III. Ibiza Lights III is the last video in the Ibiza Lights series and, as in previous works, my intention remains the same: to show Ibiza from a point of view that is usually not shown”.