How did you manage to get such great results with this photograph? First, there was a briefing so we could plan all the steps to take for the shooting. Initially, we started with shooting the water surface using a macro lens in an open flash camera setting, creating several images of water that we later blended together. Then, we changed the lighting of the set to shoot the water again, but in different glass tanks. Afterwards, we changed the lighting again to shoot the models and inserted them into the background we created beforehand. Finally, we blended all of it together in a composite image of about 70 layers. To produce the best work for a client, what is the ideal working relationship between you and an art director or designer? Actually, we think that trusting each other and side-by-side work is the proper way to reach the best results. It’s so important to have step-by-step feedback to get to the goal faster. How do you balance commercial work and personal work? Our personal works are labs where we test our new ideas of photography. After these sessions, we use these techniques for our commercial work. So they are like trials in a sense.