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Has someone ever asked you why you like an image? Beneath the surface of great picture, there is a geometric design in hiding. During World War II, photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt worked for the early version of the Associated Press and went on to become a Life Magazine photographer, taking over fifty cover shots for them. Without getting too deep into Eisenstaedt’s personal story, I will say that he started photography with very little formal training.
By Jason Row on in Guides In a previous article we looked at various things that you can do with multiple exposures . One of those things was focus stacking.
Victoria Secret, the company famous for selling underwear, lingerie, and overall sex appeal, is also notable for their amazing models. By the time you see the images from their catalog or campaigns, they are always retouched. Do you ever wonder what the shots look like before retouching? Here are a set of unretouched photos of V.S.
10K+ This is the first in a series of Posing Guide posts by Kaspars Grinvalds from Posing App See below for links to the full series of posing guides including for kids, men, couples, weddings and more.
Before the advent of digital photography, there was no micro and macro in stock photography, royalty free was a little used term and image catalogues were large glossy books with just a selection of the best images. To purchase an image you either asked one of the library’s researchers to look for it or you went in person and trawled through thousands of transparencies on light boxes.
11K+ Previously in the posing guide series articles we looked at posing female subjects , posing male subjects , posing children and posing couples .
This week has been filled with great photography, tutorials and interesting blogs as shared by some truly gifted artists.
It’s been an action-packed week in the world of photography, and Toad Hollow Photography has been busy compiling a list of the best links to tutorial, great photography and interesting blogs to share with everyone here. The Toad loves to follow the work of incredible artists and photographers, and loves to share the best of what he finds during his weekly adventures.
An absolutely wonderful week passes us by, and Toad Hollow Photography has been busy online seeking out tutorials, great photography and interesting blogs to share with everyone here. This weeks list is a comprehensive selection of some of the best pieces encountered, featuring some really wonderful photographs captured by truly talented artists. We really hope you enjoy viewing this list as much as the Toad did in compiling and bringing it to you. Check out the Toads latest 3 part series (“ Tea At The Villa ” | “ Dinner With The Roscoes ” | “ Catching Butterflies “) highlighting an original house built in 1865 that was saved from demolition and now serves as a cornerstone to local heritage.
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By Mike Panic on in Guides Working with models can be rewarding and frustrating, often all at the same time.
I'm Rob, the editor of Light Stalking. I try to keep this ship on course. Google Hangout with Dan Bailey to chat about adventure photography starts in half an hour!
Portrait photography or portraiture is the capture by means of photography of the likeness of a person or a small group of people (a group portrait), in which the face and expression is predominant.
Photography is a hobby to many people.