This is the trailer for our Fashion and Beauty Lighting Secrets DVD. Part out our Pro Photography Masterclass DVD series. Get More FREE Training at my website: www.photography-tips-online.com See how these stunning shots were created from start to finish. Broaden your knowledge of studio and location lighting for Beauty Portraiture and Fashion Photography as Karl Taylor reveals some of his incredible lighting secrets. In this programme Karl shows you 9 incredible lighting set-ups and model shoots in an easy to understand format that will give your images that professional edge. On this DVD you will learn: * Beauty Studio Lighting * Soft Light on Location * Lighting Panels * Soft Dish Techniques * Fashion Lighting * Mixed Lighting Sources for Drama * Fashion Lighting on Location * Beauty Dish and Backgrounds Get More FREE Training at my website: www.photography-tips-online.com
Rankin explores the impact of photography on fashion. Photographer Rankin has reconstructed seven provocative images by the most influential fashion images of the Twentieth Century including Cecil Beaton’s 1934 ‘Hat Box’. In 1950 Vogue opened the decade with an abstract January cover piece by Erwin Blumenfeld. Model Heidi Klum licks her lips in Rankin’s raunchy version of the Vogue cover femme fatale In Rankin’s interpretation of the 1955 image of elegant Dovima with Elephants, Erin O’Connor stands in for 1950s aristocratic beauty Dovima, who wore the first Dior dress to be designed by Yves Saint-Laurent. Typically classic and timeless, this 1963 image by David Bailey originally featured Jane Shrimpton. Bailey was present at the shooting of this remake, posed for by Rankin’s girlfriend Tuuli. British supermodel Jade Parfitt makes a wonderfully angular and androgynous Helmut Newton model in this remake, shot in the original Rue Aubriot in the shadow of Newton’s Paris studio. Herb Ritts’ original rugged, available mechanic ‘Fred with Tires’ was more a celebration of muscle and vein than strictly fashion. Nonetheless, Ritts’ has almost become a formula for advertising. Model David Gandy poses.
In this lesson, Colin Smith demonstrates one of his workflows used to enhance a beautiful landscape photograph of the ocean. This is one of the many techniques from the 10 hour Photoshop For Digital Photographers training program at PhotoshopCAFE www.photoshopcafe.com
This Photoshop CS5 tutorial demonstrates how to apply toning effects to your photographs using HDR Toning presets and custom adjustments. Watch more at www.lynda.com This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter eleven of the Photoshop and Bridge CS5 for Photographers New Features course presented by lynda.com author Chris Orwig. The complete Photoshop and Bridge CS5 for Photographers New Features course has a total duration of 2 hours and 45 minutes, and explores the enhancements in Photoshop CS5 and Bridge CS5 from a photographer’s perspective, and introduces the Mini Bridge, a brand new panel to browse and open images without leaving Photoshop. Photoshop and Bridge CS5 for Photographers New Features table of contents: Welcome 1. Working with Bridge 2. Introducing Mini Bridge 3. Adobe Camera Raw Improvements 4. Effective Workspace Control 5. Expanded Layer Functionality 6. Smarter Selections 7. Brand-New Brushes 8. Content-Aware Tools 9. Crop and Straighten Enhancements 10. Correcting Perspective and Distortion 11. HDR Comes of Age 12. Additional Enhancements Conclusion
Tutorial on how to shoot Panoramic photographs, by What Digital Camera Magazine www.whatdigitalcamera.com See more at www.whatdigitalcamera.com Like us on facebook www.facebook.com Follow us on twitter @whatdigcamera
Brassaï (pseudonym of Gyula Halász) (9 September 1899–8 July 1984) was a Hungarian photographer, sculptor, and filmmaker who rose to international fame in France in the 20th century. He was one of the numerous Hungarian artists who flourished in Paris beginning between the World Wars. In the early 21st century, the discovery of more than 200 letters and hundreds of drawings and other items from the period 1940-1984 has provided scholars with material for understanding his later life and career. Music by Eno/Budd, ‘Dark-eyed sister’.