One of the costs that photographers often don't think about is fabric. We use fabric backdrops behind subjects in portraits, as backgrounds in still lives, and I've used in in collage work too... The Fashion Department is having a sale of fabrics ($2 and less per yard!) in the Science and Fine Arts Building, Room... Continue Reading →
So I mentioned in class there was some funny business that lead to some interesting debates on a recent issue of Vanity Fair...Here's a breakdown...
Saw Craig make this post about his Fashion photography class. You guys really need to take that class next time around when it's offered, as I have recently heard him pondering retirement! :O Check out his blog at the link below. Took my photography class to Ansel Hoffman Park Sunday and had a great photography session with Linda Alvarez... Continue Reading →
Modeling is pretty hard. I tell people that what *looks* good doesn't *feel* good; you've got to contort your body, and you have to pose in less than natural positions too. Yes, there is a huge difference between a professional model and a photogenic friend, but most beginning photographers don't realize how much they need... Continue Reading →