Los Angeles-based photographer Milan Zrnic first found himself in a darkroom in Florida in his teens; it was there he became transfixed by the process of developing photographs, and was hired at his local photo lab soon after.
What started from his part-time job as an innocent hobby; capturing Florida’s tropical scenery, has since turned into a fully fledged career. Zrnic’s portfolio includes work for Vogue, Dazed & Confused, Fantastic Man and The Gentlewoman; demonstrating that even in our image-saturated world, with a strong creative vision it’s possible to stand out from the crowd. The way Zrnic thoughtfully works with composition, color, shadow, and tone, shows how sophisticated his editorials are. His work defies genres; instead it flits between the fields of conceptual, experimental, fine art, and fashion. What binds Zrnic’s style together is his considered, deliberate approach: hands and limbs are posed in perfect placement against light and shadow; the contrast of colors and sharp lines let the images speak for themselves.