Cute and Quirky Conceptual Photography

Failed opportunities

Finland-based photographer Jenni Holma has a gift for creating cute and quirky scenes. The 22-year-old photography student says that her “heart lies in conceptual photography” but that she’s in awe by anything that makes her feel something.

“I see things through child filtered glasses which sometimes seems to be against me and on better days not,” she says. “I love observing things and making little notes to myself. I don’t like thinking about photography as a bunch of rules one should follow…new ideas and fresh perspectives are way better than some straight horizontal lines and all that jazz. I go by what I think looks or feels good…I can’t claim I’m truly original, many of the ideas in my stream have been done a hundred times before. However, I am truly proud every time I feel like I have come up with something of my own and I constantly try to strive to the point where I no longer seek inspiration from other people’s work but from life in itself.”


Lunch hour


Learning to Fly


It’s raining hearts


Lusty heart


Kiwis in love


My heart is yours


Flowers for breakfast


Invisible


Walking in the Air


Opposites Attract


Remember to Say

Jenni Holma’ website and Flickr page





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