Whenever people ask me about Budapest, I have about a 1000 different things on my mind about it. There are so many things to love about this city. I love the recent years’ buzz in the city center area, with so many different restaurants, pubs, and bars, a lot of young people on the terraces, the seemingly endless warm spring evenings… There is always somewhere to go, and there are many beautiful cafés and hideaways, where one can spend a few quiet moments if needed.
This time I also explored a new area for me: photo studios in Budapest. I honestly had no idea that Budapest is practically a photographer’s dream city. Okay, I knew that there are many different outdoor locations one can go for a few nice photos, like the Castle District, or Margaret Island, or one of many ruin pubs. But now I also discovered that there are many studios in this city. And many gorgeous ones!
I decided to use my time to do some photo sessions, and picked the gorgeous premises of Ndustrial Studios for some boudoir photos.
The studio itself is situated in an old factory complex. It is established and designed by one of Hungary’s well known wedding photographers, Tímea Jaksa, and it really is a pleasure to work there. The room I chose for my photos is inspired by baroque style, which already creates an interesting contrast with the otherwise stark factory space. It is not a combination you would think of easily, but it works wonderfully. Combined with the giant factory windows, where light flows in, this daylight studio is a unique and harmonious space.
Since the studio is styled so impeccably, I wanted all the details to fall in place perfectly, so I also took the time to style my model, Bernadett. For this, I used some items from Zara Home’s loungewear collection. I also had a wonderful make up artist on set, and I think we all did our best to bring these photos to life.
I hope you’ll like the results as much as we do! It was wonderful to work with such a creative team in such an inspiring space. I hope I will have another opportunity to shoot there.