the shutterbugs: salva lópez.
by victoria comment


kitchen by photographer salva lópez / sfgirlbybay

i love the story-telling images of barcelona-based photographer salva lópez. he seems to just slip in and capture the mood of a space perfectly — like a fly on the wall, there’s no disrupting the elements — just a very personal documentary of what’s taking place. this story, for instance, commissioned by client Monocle Magazine of a husband-and-wife team in their live/work apartment in spain. the creative couple decided to transform their apartment behind Madrid’s Paseo de Prado into a space in which they could live and work, and salva has managed to make us feel as though we’re actually in their comfortable abode — i can practically smell their lovely leather goods. you can see the full story on monocle (which is an amazing magazine if you don’t already subscribe!) and more images on the online portfolio of salva lópez.

dog on sofa by photographer salva lópez / sfgirlbybay

plants by photographer salva lópez / sfgirlbybay

courtyard by photographer salva lópez / sfgirlbybay

plant life by photographer salva lópez / sfgirlbybay

indoor and outdoor plants via photographer salva lópez / sfgirlbybay

living space via photographer salva lópez / sfgirlbybay

mirrored bedrom cabinet via photographer salva lópez / sfgirlbybay wood beamed bedroom photo by salva lópez / sfgirlbybay

workspace by photographer salva lópez / sfgirlbybaybedoro

• photography by salva lópez for Monocle Magazine.

5 responses to “the shutterbugs: salva lópez.”

  1. Thank you so much for selecting these photos. Each one is so unique and they flow perfectly together. First, that dog is just the cutest thing. He should be in every photo. But I especially love the two bedroom photos. The one with the timber beams is so peaceful and tranquil. And I love love love the armoire in the other photo. What an amazing piece!

  2. Thank you SFgirlbybay for posting the pics of our studio-home!
    Yes indeed, Salva did an spectacular job here, all pictures are taken with an analogic camera (in case you are wondering what kind of filters were used)
    The dog is a three years old Jack russell called Pedales, she loves been photographed :0)

    Regards from Madrid

    Melina and David

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