Over the last few months, Indrani and Klinko have been looking to stir things up and move away from their "fantasy" images. "Our new direction is really to blend some of our older ways of working with some very new ways of working. And to bring more movement and more direct contact, sort of, with a more human look into the pictures," says Klinko. "Our taste palate is growing."
"We're at a point where we're really pushing ourselves to
experiment and do things that we've never done before and expand
the boundaries of what's possible—so it's an exciting time
for us," adds Indrani.
Whether they are shooting futuristic, fantasy goddesses or the girl next door, Indrani and Klinko capture the beauty in each subject through their distinct, brilliant perspectives. The two look forward to creative, adventurous lives filled with fashion, photos, . . . and each other.
THE SKYY'S THE LIMIT
To get the SKYY Blue campaign, Klinko and Indrani competed
against the likes of David LaChapelle and Matthew Rolston and put
in tons of back-breaking preparation. It was all worth
Shot with Klinko's beloved Fujifilm GX680lll, the ad for SKYY
Blue has appeared in 40 or 50 magazines over the last four months,
as well as scores of billboards and websites. The campaign was
hugely successful and has positively influenced the Wall Street
numbers for SKYY vodka and Miller beer, which thrills
"It means a lot to me as a photographer. I am super interested
in the impact of our images on the public. What sells, what
doesn't, and why."
KLINKO & INDRANI'S
Fujifilm FinePix S2 Pro SLR
Fujichrome Provia 100F RDP
Fujifilm FineScan 5000
7 Macintosh G4s, SGI