I’ve spent the last few days slowly taking in the portfolio of Danish photographer Ditte Isager bit by bit whenever I needed a quick, visually-fulfilling break from work. You know when you need those? You just need to soak up something wonderful looking? Well, Isager’s portfolio did the trick.
In addition to interiors like the ones above, she also shoots portraits, still life-esque assemblages, really anything… for Anthropologie, Vogue, Banana Republic… but what her various projects tend to have in common is this surreal moody light and atmosphere to them.
Similar to the amazing food photography by Katie Davies, her images often seem to have a Rembrandt-esque effect where the subjects seem to be just barely emerging from the shadows, and yet where they are lit, they are perfectly lit.