Puigcerda


Went to ski two weeks ago during easter holidays, the first day we made some rural tourism in Puigcerda, Cerdanya Spain, we cross the border to France and finished in Andorra.

I took several photos with my fisheye film camara.

Lunch in Puigcerda+ a unkown picture overposed

Stopped for a quick lunch in the sun, we’re supposed to ski the next day but it was as hot as summer there! we weren’t lucky enough!

Deformmed homes

Losing around Puigcerda!

typical rocky street

I can do two things in one!

Getting to France

los arboles se comen las montañas

After some miles of round in the road that was the fardest way he get of France! We just turn and continue, direction: Andorra.

parking

BERTA DEVANT

Snow


Been in the snow for a week and found some amazing landscapes! I’m not used to see so much white in the mountain!

Place:La Plagne des Alps, called too paradiski, where you can found the village of Peisey-Vallandry and Nancroix.

Snowing in my bedroom

the caves

The heads of the mountain

trying to capture the texture of the snow

A lonely place

Alone

The last sight of light!

I hope you would like it.

Feel free to ask anything o post a comment, they’re always welcome.

Berta Devant

Christmas lights


An studio shoot about christmas dresses, it was really difficult to took the photos in a really slow time and with so less light just for trying to caught the lights!

Of course it was even more difficult because the models arrived late and just 2 of them(we are 4 groups so we need 4 models). That inconvenient forced us to shoot an editorial in less than 2 hours!

And of course the edit part was again hard ’cause everything needed a different edit: the background, the model, the dress, the lights, …

Finally this was the result: 4 photos that I don’t love it but i don’t dislike either.

At least we learn how to shoot and edit with slow time and low light and how to manage the time for a shooting!

Nailia

Nailia

Nailia

Nailia

Photos: Berta Devant, David Company, Laura Gonzalez, Sandra Mateo and Alex Alsina.

I hope you would like it.

Feel free to ask anything o post a comment, they’re always welcome.

BERTA DEVANT

bertadeva@gmail.com