Soft light, tight latex, grainy analog. Dánae Cuesta’s take on Kinship is hot, delicate, and oh-so-dreamy.
Two femmes, two cameras. Berlin-based photographers Dánae Cuesta and Michelle Gutiérrez Fernández share an intimate photography study of each other.
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Inhale the smell of saltwater drying on your skin while you frolic around the sun-drenched seaside. A summer dream so close you can almost feel it buzzing through the air.
Intense yet tender, Dánae Cuesta balances between the extremes like the soft rays of sunlight tiptoeing on people’s skin in her photography.
Smooth like a sunbathed skin, Dánae Cuesta’s analog photography is a celebration of the fragile moments tied up with a ribbon of shameless sensuality.