Photo Synthe sis
For fall, Canadian label Line Knitwear enlisted Toronto-based photographer Maya Fuhr to snap its collection images. The result is a series of shots that balance curated moments with unscripted ease—precisely the mood the brand is championing this season. We caught up with Fuhr on-set to talk about what it’s like being behind the camera.
Selfie Love “Selfies are really liberating because you’re viewing yourself a certain way instead of relying on the photographer to portray you how they want to. I find it very satisfying that I don’t have to rely on other people to take my picture.” Insta-worthy “I’ll just find what I consider beautiful in every moment. If I’m out for Chinese food with friends and I notice someone is wearing a shirt I like the colour of, I’ll photograph it beside a dumpling. I pick little moments in my day-to-day life.” Set Life “I like the model to look really natural. The reality of it is that most people look a little bit awkward or insecure when they’re just being themselves and being open. I think we’re all a little awkward when we’re not performing for people, and I like that look. I find it tells a story.” (From $149, linethelabel.com)