Emily Kornya Editorial: Far From Any Road

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Far From Any Road an editorial by photographer Emily Kornya and stylist Anastazja Borowska.

Junior Style Editorial - Far from Any Road and Editorial by Emily Kornya #kidsfashion #fashionphotography #juniorstyle #editorial #kidsfashioneditorial #farfromanyroad #jrstyleeditorial

 

Junior Style Editorial - Far from Any Road and Editorial by Emily Kornya #kidsfashion #fashionphotography #juniorstyle #editorial #kidsfashioneditorial #farfromanyroad #jrstyleeditorial

 

Junior Style Editorial - Far from Any Road and Editorial by Emily Kornya #kidsfashion #fashionphotography #juniorstyle #editorial #kidsfashioneditorial #farfromanyroad #jrstyleeditorial

 

Junior Style Editorial - Far from Any Road and Editorial by Emily Kornya #kidsfashion #fashionphotography #juniorstyle #editorial #kidsfashioneditorial #farfromanyroad #jrstyleeditorial

 

Junior Style Editorial - Far from Any Road and Editorial by Emily Kornya #kidsfashion #fashionphotography #juniorstyle #editorial #kidsfashioneditorial #farfromanyroad #jrstyleeditorial

 

Junior Style Editorial - Far from Any Road and Editorial by Emily Kornya #kidsfashion #fashionphotography #juniorstyle #editorial #kidsfashioneditorial #farfromanyroad #jrstyleeditorial

 

Q&A with photographer Emily Kornya:

JS: Where did the title for the editorial come from?

EK: It’s from the lyrics of the song used for Season 1 Intro of True Detective.

“Far from any Road”

“I came walking with the wind to watch the cactus bloom.”

It seems fitting as it takes place in a desert/marshy lands of the deep south.

JS: Where did the inspiration for the editorial come from?

EK: My colleague and now friend Anastazja Borowska of Pink Wings Studio/Models in Poznań, Poland, came up with the idea for the shoot. I thought it sounded really great and loved the location.  I had seen Anastazja’s work before and already completely trusted her styling/production.  Anatazja is a genius!JS: Where is the editorial shot?

EK:The shoot took place in a botanical garden in Poznań, Poland. We shot last November and it was not so warm!

JS: Do you speak Polish?

EK: I don’t speak Polish, so I didn’t know what the kids were talking about so it was a little hard at times but one model Antonina (Anastazja’s daughter) was quite a character and has a big personality so she helped me with the children. Antonina was very easy to shoot and was very playful with the other kids and the environment.

All in all, the kid’s had a lot of fun exploring the botanical gardens. They really enjoyed the big fish in the little ponds! I think they liked the big snake behind the glass too, however, I found it quite frightening!

 

Clothing Credits:

Slide 1 – Image 1 (left) Model: Nikola, Shirt: Street Called Madison, Image 2/3 (right) Model: Gucio, Shirt/Shorts: Bampidano

Slide 2 – Image 1/2 (left) Model: Antonina Mercedes, Shirt/Shorts: Super Rebel, Image 3 (right) Model: Nikola, Shirt/Shorts: Street Called Madison

Slide 3 – Image 1 (left) Model: Zosia , Cardigan/Shirt: Kidz Art, Image 3 (right) Model: Max , Shirt: B.Nosy

Slide 4 – Model: Gucio, Pullover/Shorts: Moodstreet

Slide 5 – Image 1 (left) Model: Kaia, dress: Kidz Art, Image 2 (right) Model: Bartek, Shirt/Shorts: LCEE

Slide 6 – Image 1 (left) Model: Zosia, dress: Bampidano, Image 2 (right) Model: Nikola, Jacket/Shirt: No Bell

 

Image Credits:

Photography: Emily Kornya http://www.emilykornya.com/ Instagram @emilykornya

Styling/Production/Hair/Makeup: Anastazja Borowksa of Pink Wings Studios @pinkwings_studio

Models: Antonina Mercedes, Bartek, Gucio, Kaia, Max, Nikola, Zosia of Pink Wings Models, Poland.

All clothing supplied and represented by Brndwrks

 

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