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Photography

The hazy, washed-out look is in right now and it has got a lot of photographers confused as to how to go about creating it. As we will see, it’s a look that’s easy and quick to get in post production

Model Mayhem’s May 2015 cover photo was shot by John Allan and features Laurel Stovall, Sophia, Kara Gibson and Helena

Canon’s new EOS 5DS is an impressive new full frame DSLR, which boasts the world’s highest resolution full frame (35mm format) CMOS image sensor, with a whopping 50.6-megapixels

If your work is good enough for glossy magazine pages, the reality is it’s now easier than ever to get published – if you know how

There are many wonderful ways you can use one light source to flatter the women you photograph, and it’s nice to have a handful of go-to lighting scenarios that are easy to execute, consistently reliable, and flattering to the majority of women

As a fashion photographer Instagram should be among your most frequently used apps. It’s a great way to showcase your latest work, keep your followers updated, attract new collaborators, and impress new clients. But building a loyal and respective following isn’t done overnight

So what’s a good pose? I personally like movement, creating symmetry, shapes, framing the face, elongating the body, and more.

Here’s a look at some of the in-camera alternatives to post-processing manipulation. These effects are time-tested, some going back to the very dawn of photography in the 1830s, and done properly, they still look and feel as fresh as any of the latest Photoshop plugins

Okay, so you are all waiting with bated breath for me to weigh in on this heavy trade, tfp, tfcd, pay, conundrum. If you are a model/actor/photographer then you know all shoots fall into two categories: paid and unpaid.

Most of us use it to create a soft, even and flattering light, but what we often forget is that the softbox is a versatile tool that can also be used to create a harder light with sharper shadows.