Advanced Fashion Photography Lighting Chapter 1 - Large Umbrella
Another addition to our Fashion Photography Fundamental series, this video tutorial covers the best practices of shooting tethered with Phase One's Capture One.
There’s no worse feeling than going through pictures after a shoot and realizing that the foreground is sharper than your model. Avoid the headache and read how to calibrate lenses.
We all have our own ways of importing, editing, retouching, archiving and delivering files from our fashion shoots. However, since you'd rather be out shooting, we've listed a little fashion photography digital workflow guide that might help you organize and speed things up.
Some photographers tend to abide by an unwritten rule stating that shooting in hard, direct sunlight should be avoided. Pure nonsense. Here's why...
One crucial part to creating a great image is choosing the right lens for the job. A lot of the choice can be based on preference, but there are a few things to consider when choosing a lens for the fashion shoot you’re doing.
In this retouching tutorial we look at applying a nice motion blur effect to your shots in Photoshop.
In this video tutorial we show you how to shoot tethered in Lightroom at your fashion shoots, covering both the pros and cons of using Lightroom for tethering.
In this video tutorial we look at some do's and dont's for shooting fashion that will help you and your models start good habits.
In this video tutorial we cover some basic camera settings that should always be used when shooting fashion.
In our latest video tutorial photographer Dana Pennington demonstrates three different lighting techniques for shooting fashion models on a plain white wall
All you need to know about lighting your beauty shoot with the Profoto Beauty Dish.