This is the Part 2 of our video interview with Frank Roller and Ryan Beshara from GlamPR in Los Angeles on production within fashion photography.
We are our own worst critics, but sometimes the process of comparing your own work to that of the true masters may actually inhibit you from developing as an artist.
We sat down with Frank Roller and Ryan Beshara from GlamPR in Los Angeles for a video interview on production within fashion photography.
In the third and final part of this series on The Terrible Trio of fashion photography, we take a closer look at David Bailey's life and work.
Melissa Rodwell recently shot Eric Funk's line of hats and shares some valuable insight on what to keep in mind when shooting hats.
Lynn Goldsmith's book "Rock and Roll Stories" is a true treasure, and captures the very essence of rock and roll and music photography.
In the second part of this three part series on The Terrible Trio of fashion photography, we take a closer look at Terence Donovan's work.
Consistent and accurate branding of your fashion photography business is absolutely crucial for you to attract the type of clients you want to shoot for.
Read an incredibly unfiltered and honest interview with fashion photographer David Leslie Anthony about his way up the game, the industry and what advice he would give arising artists today.
In the first part of this three part series on The Terrible Trio of fashion photography, we take a closer look at Brian Duffy's work.
Defining your style and approach to fashion photography is important to have in mind right off the bat. We break it down for you.
Knowing how much to charge a client for a shoot can be hard, so we've broken it down for you and listed the most important things to consider when putting together an estimate.