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Spalding photographer embarks on eye-catching work





A Spalding photographer is offering an eye-catching new service - by taking pictures of an individual’s iris to create a stunning and unique piece of artwork.

Andriana Green, of Moonlight Photography, is offering the new photography trend, which involves capturing a close-up image of the centre of a person’s eye.

She says everyone’s eye is different – reflecting our personality, emotions and identity – and the resulting pictures can be turned into beautiful pieces of art featuring up to four different eyes.

Andriana Green spotted the iris photography trend at a business fair while she was visiting family in Bulgaria. Photo: Moonlight Photography
Andriana Green spotted the iris photography trend at a business fair while she was visiting family in Bulgaria. Photo: Moonlight Photography

“I know there are photographers in London offering iris photography, but not really anywhere else around here,” says Andriana. “I’m originally from Bulgaria and found out about it a few months ago when we went back to visit some family.

“There was a big international business fair taking place in the city, so we went along to see what was happening and that’s when I saw it.

“Although I mostly concentrate on family and children’s photography, I already had most of the equipment, apart from a few new lenses which I’ve bought, so I thought I’d give it a go.”

Spalding photographer Andriana Green, pictured with daughter Nicole and husband Cameron, has launched an Iris Photography package. Photo: Moonlight Photography
Spalding photographer Andriana Green, pictured with daughter Nicole and husband Cameron, has launched an Iris Photography package. Photo: Moonlight Photography

In order to take the close-up pictures of the iris, Andriana says it is necessary to shine a continuous light into the eyes, meaning her subjects will be required to sit completely still for a few minutes. For this reason, she says this type of photography might not be suitable for younger children or anyone who suffers from light sensitivity.

“I’ve been trialling a few different ideas and launched my packages this week and there’s been quite a lot of interest already,” Adriana added. “The finished pictures make a really unique piece of art to hang on the walk – and a great talking point.

“I used to think people had green, brown or blue eyes – but with these pictures you can really see all the different lines and areas of the eye, every one really is unique.

Andriana Green is working on a variety of ways of displaying the unique iris photographs. Photo: Moonlight Photography
Andriana Green is working on a variety of ways of displaying the unique iris photographs. Photo: Moonlight Photography

“The sessions make a great gift and could be good for families or a few generations of a family.”

Andriana has always been interested in photography, and two years ago decided to turn her hobby into a job and hasn’t looked back. She specialises in newborn photography, baby sittings, special occasions, themed photo shoots and outdoor photography.

The iris photography packages start from £60 for one eye, with each additional eye photographed costing an extra £15.

Moonlight Photography is offering an iris photography package. Photo: Moonlight Photography
Moonlight Photography is offering an iris photography package. Photo: Moonlight Photography

To find out more, or to make a booking, contact her 07480 199227.



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