Ina Jang not only takes photos, she also shows you what she likes and doesn’t like in them. That’s because the Brooklyn-based photographer takes to each photo with a pair of scissors, snipping out a few elements of her choosing. “I started it because I was struggling to make images at the time,” she says in a Time Lightbox feature. “I was forcing myself to like everything—from the people I was working with to locations where I was shooting, so I started getting rid of the elements I didn’t like in the picture.”
Already recognized this time last year, Ina produces yet another amazing spread, this time for French magazine Jalouse. The 13-page series is a pretty pastel layout of the season’s accessories, kept from being too saccharine with Ina’s trademark cutting edge.