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A Frozen Tale: Dreamy Photo Shoot Inside a 350-Year-Old Swedish Castle

Alexia Sinclair’s Breathtaking Photo Shoot in a 350-Year-Old Frozen Castle

Breathtaking, unique, whimsical, dreamlike —  these are just a few of the words we would use to describe this incredible photo series by photographer Alexia Sinclair. The collection is titled “A Frozen Tale”, and was shot in Skokloster Castle in Sweden. A castle that has been left untouched since the 17th century, leaving it in a frozen state.

With a 40 person team of cast and crew, Sinclair began her challenging shoot at Skokloster. Dealing with freezing temperatures, no heating, and no power were just a few of the problems they encountered. The results were worth it!

While some post-processing work was completed after the shoot, most of these images were shot on location. In an interview with Profoto, Sinclair says: “I don’t believe anything you do in Photoshop can ever look as real as something you actually light and photograph in real life. Anything I can shoot in camera I do. The things I do add are the things I believe I can’t capture in real life. It might be something that only exists in my imagination, or it might simply be a goose I’m not allowed to bring indoors.

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Alexia Sinclair’s Breathtaking Photo Shoot in a 350-Year-Old Frozen Castle

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