7 tips for beginners in fashion photography

7 tips for beginners in fashion photography  Fashion is a highly competitive world in all its aspects and photography is no exception to this; to be a successful creative in this field today several considerations that should be taken into account.

The creative portal presents several recommendations for those who venture out in the world of the catwalks, textures, color and everything concerning fashion from the point of view of the lens. We present the seven most important.

1 understand fashion
Find out when you can be about the history of fashion through different times,
designers, best photographers, terminology, hairstyles, makeup, jewelry, cuts, news all… relating it to this industry. Become an avid reader to the magazines and other publications of this genre.

2 learn about photo retouching
To be independent, it is necessary to learn how to make changes to your images that you feel is most useful. In the network there are video blogs in which I explain how to achieve this.
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How to take good pictures: 10 tips from professional photographers

How to take good pictures: 10 tips from professional photographers  Photography is a hobby more widespread among people of all ages, but somewhat difficult to master. To take good photographs, it depends not only on count with a good team, or intuition.

1. be patient
One of the trends that has generated digital photography is wanting to take pictures constantly, but only thus you will achieve a large flow of low quality photos. It is important to wait for the perfect catch and take your time to analyze the mistakes that you make.

2 I know flexible
Not always you’ll have perfect conditions for photographing, as in the case of dusk where the colors and the lights change rapidly. You need to be flexible and adapt the camera to light changes. Whenever you take photos be sure to not take always with the same perspective, but vary even slightly the position or the camera settings.
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The Magic of Black and White Photos

The Magic of Black and White Photos  When we refer to the black and white theme immediately connect with classic, which can be simple and at the same time amazing, sophisticated and supremely elegant. And for the artistic photography of marriage these qualities do not escape and I have to say that personally I love black and white photography and how to not recognize it if there are an infinite number of variables inside this technique.

For example there is the picture in white and black with high contrast is that whites are white and blacks are black and other many techniques such as the media tone gray that us back to those photos that printed newspapers before.

Many people have the mistaken idea that the picture in white and black denotes gloomy, hard or cold environments, but they really ignore the warmth and versatility that you can get to having a photograph in black and white.
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Tips for Amateur Wedding Photographers

Tips for Amateur Wedding PhotographersIntrusion, a word that unfortunately professionals know better than they would like. Like any other profession or perhaps something sharper, photography has seen the crisis many fans onto the adventure. Prices of the current SLR cameras are not prohibitive, shooting digital does not mean spending done in analog and with a little bit of mana and Edition back not very good photos can be saved. And if we add also the economic situation, then obviously that who can not afford the cost of an interview conducted by a professional will have to opt for such alternatives if you want, and are entitled, have their photos.

All this can be seen more if possible when we talk about weddings. For these important events, many opt for one of these photographers or directly face their photos to a family member or friend amateur photography. As everything is a personal matter, I do not assess whether they do well or poorly. I certainly opt for a professional for that day, did not want to risk or be pending if was doing right or wrong.
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Reasons To Hire A Professional For Your Wedding

Reasons To Hire A Professional For Your WeddingA trained and professional photographer will have the sensitivity and creativity necessary to identify, manage and take advantage of the moments that arise in your event; What are your best angles, colors that you favor, it will propose places and take care of the most minimum detail to make your pictures unique and perfect.

If you have doubts about investing in this service, I leave 3 basic advantages of hiring a true expert.


Your wedding will be full of emotions, laughter, caresses, glances that will not be repeated and I assure you that only a professional and knowledgeable photographer will have the vision and the technique of capturing every moment and reflect through its photographs.
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Professional Photo Portrait: 10 Tips

Professional Photo Portrait: 10 Tips  The good photographer, but bravo, could do the exact opposite and equally satisfactory results and maybe more. The why is obvious: photography is an art (not always, of course) and as such allows free interpretation, experimentation, inventions. To make a good portrait needs a good car (“good”, not necessarily the best), and a bit of talent. But the experience helps, and also the rules. You have to follow them? No, but it’s good to know them and follow them for a while before putting possibly aside.

On the second page of the article the sample photos with technical explanations.

1. The portrait lens

The rule says that a good portrait should be made with a 85 mm or 105 mm (fixed lens or a zoom with a range that includes the focal lengths possibly used at full aperture, or almost.
This is not to say that one cannot take a portrait with a tele. First digested the rule, then you can experiment with whatever you want.

2. The number of shots

The rule says that for every portrait should take at least 40 shots, more or less those granted by an “old” 35 mm roll from 36 poses. Take the best expression is also a statistical fact: eyes closed, faces, hair out of place etc. are fought by repeatedly pressing the shutter release.
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