David was an attendee at our recent two day workshop on fashion, nudes and portraits that we ran in conjunction with the Royal Photographic Society. After every workshop we invite attendees to send images for review and critique, which is a very important and valuable part of the workshop process.
This is David’s review.
Nicely handled and largely right, but the devil is all in the details here. Firstly it looks like it was shot to wide, there is exaggeration around the hips and hands to me.
Thought you might like a breakdown of how a days filming went for each of the DVDs. In the planning stages of shooting the videos we had one model for each day. I had worked with all the models before and chose them specifically because of their strengths and experience. Although we were covering a number of different areas I knew how which shoots were going to work for which model split across all the programs. So, a bunch of prior discussion, a call sheet and production schedule for the day, including outfit requirements …
Wet cloth against wet skin creates a wonderful sensual image – truly sensual in that all the senses can be imagined. There is the sense of light of course, but the texture in the cloth creates a sense of touch, the water creates a sense of coolness and also taste.
Lighting Diagram Obviously the main concern is safety – mains-powered strobes and water do not mix. The strobes were positioned far enough away that if they fell they could not reach the water. They were also weighted down. They …
Amazing Photographs Of Athletes Looking Like Classic Greek Statues
Tadder took the photographs while Girotto retouched them with a porcelain-like overlay, making these athletes look like legendary Olympians of yore. Check out these images below—don’t they remind you of famous works of art? Please follow the link for more.