Eliška's influences include the Dutch photographer Viviane Sassen, Swiss artist Olaf Breuning and liberal use of colour. "When I started out in photography, I did random projects, tried out different lights and shot in black and white, but over the years I've realised I really enjoy vivid colours," she says.
Light is also integral to her aesthetic, as is capturing alternative viewpoints. "In most cases, I use studio flash or continuous lighting," Eliška says. "I enjoy working with different light modifiers to enhance the mood of the photograph. I also place various objects in the scene, or between the camera and model, such as mirrors, crystals, colour gels and reflective or transparent materials.
"Before each shoot, I think about capturing different angles of view – from above, below and at eye level. I also try to be creative in terms of the focal length I use, switching between wide and telephoto," she adds.