Fashion Photography

Daniel Craig Fashion Photography
Fashion Photography By Amanda FordyceFashion Photography By Amanda Fordyce 

Fashion Photography By Franz Christian Gundlach

Fashion Photography By Jeff Tse By Stylist Preston Nesbit

Fashion Photography By Jeff Tse By Stylist Preston Nesbit

Awesome Photography

Awesome Photography (Unknown Artist)

Charissa Du Plessis Fashion Photography

Charissa Du Plessis

Hat Fashion Photography By Patricia Underwood

Hat Fashion Photography By Patricia Underwood

Umbrella Fashion Photography Gemma Ward Vogue Italia

Umbrella Fashion Photography Gemma Ward Vogue Italia

Sugar Coated Photography

Sugar Coated Photography

Model Cara Delevingne

Model Cara Delevingne

Natarsha Orsman By Louise Hatton Via Katherine Is Awesome

Natarsha Orsman By Louise Hatton Via Katherine Is Awesome

Fashion Style Gwen Stefani

Fashion Style Gwen Stefani

Fashion Style Audrey Hepburn Via Vogue

Fashion Style Audrey Hepburn Via Vogue

Jessica Chastain by Ellen von Unwerth For Vanity Fair August 2011

Jessica Chastain by Ellen von Unwerth For Vanity Fair August 2011

Al Pacino Photographed by Greg Gorman

Al Pacino Photographed by Greg Gorman

Fashion Photography: Sophie Lie Shot By Diego Uchitel For D La Repubblica No. 788

Sophie Lie Shot By Diego Uchitel For D La Repubblica No. 788

Fashion Photography by Stefan Giftthaler

Fashion Photography by Stefan Giftthaler

Fashion Photography by Ekaterina Belinskaya

Fashion Photography by Ekaterina Belinskaya

Cara D. Being Cara D.

Cara D. Being Cara D.

Fashion Style Photoshoot by Sigurd Grünberger

Fashion Style Photoshoot by Sigurd Grünberger

Fashion Photography By Kass Dea

 

Fashion Photography By Kass Dea

Fashion Photography Wylona Hayashi

Fashion Photography With The Subject Being Wylona Hayashi

Fashion Photography By  Jvdas Berra

Fashion Photography By Jvdas Berra

Michelle Hedberg Grunge Look Fashion Style

Michelle Hedberg Grunge Look Fashion Style

Fashion Photography By Karice Martin

Fashion Photography By Karice Martin

Photography Inspiration From The Miss Dior Campaign

Photography Inspiration From The Miss Dior Campaign

Photography by Mary Ellen Mark

Photography by Mary Ellen Mark

Michaela Kocianova photographed by Greg Kadel for Vogue Italy June

Michaela Kocianova photographed by Greg Kadel for Vogue Italy June

David Miller Fashion Photography

David Miller Fashion Photography

Cara Delevingne Fashion Photography By Matt Irwin

Cara Delevingne Fashion Photography By Matt Irwin

From Freak of Nature

From Freak of Nature

Berlin Kiss By Harry Henson

Berlin Kiss By Harry Henson

"I Am The Hero Of This Story" Tattoo

I Am The Hero Of This Story” Tattoo

Fashion Model Ming Xi  Vogue China May 2011

Fashion Model Ming Xi  Vogue China May 2011

Kristina Korsholm in Trash-Couture Photography By Henrik Sørensen And Hasselblad

Kristina Korsholm in Trash-Couture Photography By Henrik Sørensen And Hasselblad

Just The Photography

Just The Photography

Crystal Renn for Vogue Germany October 2011

Crystal Renn for Vogue Germany October 2011

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Best Dressed Man

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Best Dressed Man

Photography Fashion By Matt Barnes

Photography Fashion By Matt Barnes

David Beckham Fashion Photography

David Beckham Fashion Photography

Henry Cavill Just The Photography

Henry Cavill  Just The Photography

Fashionable Naomi Campbell And Her Dalmatian

Fashionable Naomi Campbell And Her Dalmatian

Photography For Fashion Brand Guess

Photography For Fashion Brand Guess

Marilyn At The Chelsea Hotel

Marilyn At The Chelsea Hotel

Johnny Depp Style Photography

Johnny Depp Style Photography

Robert Downey Jr Fashion Style

Robert Downey Jr Fashion Style

Christian Bale Photography Fashion

Christian Bale Photography Fashion

Naomi Campbell  Photography Fashion

Naomi Campbell  Photography Fashion

Fashion Photography At Its Finest Ricki Hall

Fashion Photography At Its Finest Ricki Hall

Fashion Style Peter Adrian

Fashion Style Peter Adrian

Fashion Photography Model Christian Goeran

Fashion Photography Model Christian Goeran

James Dean Photography Fashion

James Dean Photography Fashion

Fashion Photography Antidote Magazine The Animal Issue Modelled By Edita Vilkeviciute

Fashion Photography Antidote Magazine The Animal Issue Modelled By Edita Vilkeviciute

Fashion Photography By Neave Bozorgi

Fashion Photography By Neave Bozorgi

Bal Masque Fashion Show And Photography

Bal Masque Fashion Show And Photography

Just The Eyes. OK, So Not Exactly Fashion...

Just The Eyes. OK, So Not Exactly Fashion…

J. Depp Fashion Style Via The Guardian

J. Depp Fashion Style Via The Guardian

Fashion Photography By Jack Waterlot

Fashion Photography By Jack Waterlot

Will Smith Does His Fashion Thing\

Will Smith Does His Fashion Thing

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7 Tips for Taking Fabulous Fashion Photos

er flip through the pages of VogueElleInStyle or Allure and wonder how fashion photographers know how to exactly pose models and angel the camera to make the clothes so flawless? Or if you’re a bit more savvy behind the lens, have you ever considered picking up fashion photography but didn’t know where to start?

Well don’t stress yourself out, we’re here to help! Here’s seven handy tips to get you to Wintour-worthy fashion spreads.

It’s All in the Eyes

Like in reality, eye contact is incredibly engaging on paper and connects the model with the audience. Try and snap your models directly gazing into the camera — it’ll give your photo that extra intensity and ferocity needed when shooting for fashion.

If you want to try something a little different, pose your model with averted eyes. Considered to be anti-eye-contact, this technique gives the illusion of there being something out of focus. It brings the audience to question what the model is looking at, giving your photo some well-styled mystery.

With two or more people, you can have your models look at each other, since it helps create a story within the photo, moving the viewer to be interested in the feelings and emotions flowing between the models.

Throw Composition to the Wind

How many times have you looked at your photographs and think that something was missing? Well, the answer could lie in your composition. For some cases having a model pose right in the middle of the photo works, such as in portraits. However, in moving your models around the frame of the photo instead of just having them right in the middle, you’re able to create a larger space for viewers to take in.

This technique is especially useful in real, scenic settings like the beach, where the audience has the ability to fully appreciate the background and the clothes being showcased.

Light Experimentation

Sometimes it just takes a flip of a switch to make a fashion photo great. “Light creates DRAMA. Use it,” says fashion photographer and blogger of Fashion Photography BlogMelissa Rodwell.

[cquote]Light creates DRAMA. Use it.[/cquote]

Simply dimming a photo creates a feeling of angst or even edginess in a photo; lightening it up evokes a feeling of gentleness or vulnerability in a shot. Such experimentation with lighting can push your photo from just good to ground-breaking.

Moving Models

While the studio may seem ideal since the environment is in your control, it’s OK to break out of your comfort zone and bring the photo shoot outside! Putting your model on a busy street gives your photos a sense of reality, making the clothes also look wearable in real-life situations and not just on the mannequins at department stores.
[cquote]Getting the right location is important if you want to convey a narrative within your shot.[/cquote]
Like lighting, where you decide to shoot can make or break a photograph and the story you want to tell in it. “Getting the right location is important if you want to convey a narrative within your shot,” says fashion photography blogger Natalie Johnson.

What’s Your Angle?

Usually, it’s a rule of thumb for fashion photographers to shoot from low to the ground and straight at the model. While this is a practical and useful technique, try photographing from different angles to see how you can best display the garments and accessories. Climb ladders and shoot from an aerial view, shoot from below the model — play around with the composition to figure out how to showcase the clothes and narrative best.

Candid Couture

[rquote]When the model is looking away and her attention is somewhere else for a moment, it’s unexpected and it’s sexy![/rquote]As a photographer, you need to be ready to shoot at any time — even at established photo shoots and the models are simply just standing around. Snap away during quick five-minute breaks where models are adjusting the clothes and shoes for comfort. “When the model is looking away and her attention is somewhere else for a moment, it’s unexpected and sexy!” says Rodwell.

Such realness in your photos offer engagement to readers, with the models’ movement providing a nice change from the regular posing.

Do More Than Smize

Having your model laugh or cry creates emotion within the photo that audiences will be able to relate to. It gives your shot a bit of life, making it more active than static.

It also gives your photos a personality that will further hold the interest and attention of the viewer, since the photo will be different from just another stiff, posed, pretty face.

Source: http://blog.talenthouse.com/2012/07/27/7-tips-for-taking-fabulous-fashion-photos/

Fashion Photography – Tips & Examples

Get Inspired

Inspiration is essential in order to produce awesome pictures. Study the work of other photographers, share your ideas and brainstorm with others. Pay attention to details and every-day light effects, colours and environments.

101 for Fashion Photography - Tips & Examples
Photo Credit : Suresh Natarajan

Vision

Know where you are heading to. Whenever you start a photo shoot, be prepared: you must have your own vision on how you want the final outcome to be. Plan, study and revisit, but then, leave room for changes, new inspirations or improvements.

101 for Fashion Photography - Tips & Examples
Photo Credit : Carsten Witte

Location

Before shooting, once again, be prepared. Choosing the desired location in advance is of outmost importance. Walk around in the space; study the colours and objects/buildings in the area. Try to picture how you would like the models to pose, what should they transmit with their looks and poses. Focus on details: a stone, a column, a traffic light, whatever can provide a specific imprint in your photo.

101 for Fashion Photography - Tips & Examples
Photo Credit : Andrey & Lili

Models

Models should be carefully selected by you. Make sure they possess traits and qualities that would enhance your photos. The model itself can change the entire result of your shoot, therefore is crucial to find models that reflect your vision.

101 for Fashion Photography - Tips & Examples
Photo Credit : Andrey & Lili

Lighting

Make try outs changing lights within the same picture. Try different apertures, shooting speed or experiment in post-production. It´s important to master the light, avoid unwanted shadows, and be able to re-create a certain kind of light with filters, reflectors or lamps: play around until you find the spot on lighting you were looking for.

101 for Fashion Photography - Tips & Examples
Photo Credit : Atelier Olschinsky

Harmony

Each picture should have its purpose. All the elements and colours in a picture should make sense and be in harmony with each other. Strong contrasts are also good when voluntary searched and with some kind of meaning within the photograph.

101 for Fashion Photography - Tips & Examples
Photo Credit : Joanna Kustra

Equipment

The right equipment should always be ready and at disposal. Better bringing some unnecessary tools than finding yourself in trouble because you realize you forgot that special lenses that would have been awesome right in that moment.

101 for Fashion Photography - Tips & Examples
Photo Credit : Igor Oussenko

Move in the space

You might have prepared and set up the entire scene according to plans; although, leave room for improvement. While shooting, move around in the space, find new and different angles: experiment!

101 for Fashion Photography - Tips & Examples
Photo Credit : Sebastian Szwajczak

Direct

You need to communicate to your co-workers and models, what exactly is the final effect that you want to achieve. Let them participate into your vision and planning. Do not be afraid of asking precisely what you want. As a fashion photographer you are the director of the stage. Those working with you will be able to help you better and be more focused if they know what the final outcome you want to achieve is.

Keep confidence at all times, if you show your stress and uncertainty, your co-workers and models will pick it right away, resulting in a poor outcome.

101 for Fashion Photography - Tips & Examples
Photo Credit : Joanna Kustra

Break the Rules

At one point you need to forget all the technicalities and all the theory you have learned. They are good for initial inspirations or to know how to get the exact effect from your pictures; but remember not to get stuck with them. Experiment, discover and try out, the best ideas and shoots always come by “accidental” trials.

101 for Fashion Photography - Tips & Examples
Photo Credit : Jan Masny

Have fun

Don´t forget to have fun! Being a fashion photographer is a very stressful job with many deadlines and after hours work. Though, it is also a very cool and inspiring job, where you can free your creativity and be in charge of your own visions.

101 for Fashion Photography - Tips & Examples
Photo Credit : Ana Dias

Source: http://121clicks.com/tutorials/101-for-fashion-photography-tips-examples

10 Steps to Take Gorgeous Fashion Photos


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1. Engage the model: Use eye contact. Eye contact directly into the camera is powerfully engaging. It strongly connects the model with the viewer of the image.


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2. Looking away. Having the model looking away, focused on something off camera, is an intriguing way to engage your viewer. It creates a sense of mystery, urging the viewer to contemplate what the model might be looking at.


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3. Models looking at each other. It helps create a story within the image and the viewer becomes engaged in the story and the emotions being shared between the models.


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4. F%$# the rules! (Personally, my favorite thing to do) Mess with the composition. Place the model either dead center or put them off right to the edge of the frame. My theory about rules is this: You must know them in order to break them!


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5. Experiment with light. Mix available light with strobe or tungsten light. Leave the shutter open for longer than you normally would and let the flare come in. Light creates DRAMA. Use it.


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6. Get that model moving. Take her out of the studio, all dressed up in 4 inch heels and make-up. Get her out on a busy street and let her work her walk and stop traffic! It’s amazing how the confidence will take over the girl and how strong that will make your image!


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7. Change your angle. Normally a rule of thumb for shooting fashion is for the photographer to be low or close to the ground in order to shoot up towards the model. This elongates the model. But what did I say earlier about rules? Yep…break them! As I’ve mentioned in an earlier post, and as you’ve seen in the videos, I move around a lot when I shoot to get a variety of angles. Get up on a ladder and shoot down, or try shooting from different angles. See what makes for an interesting shot.


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8. Get a prop involved! How interesting is it when a model is playing with a handbag or a tube of lipstick. It adds a sense of “reality” to the shot, letting the viewer take on a voyeuristic approach as if they are catching the model in a private moment.


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9. Grab those random candid shots. Watch for those moments when the model is adjusting her skirt or reaching down to fasten the strap on her shoe. When the model is looking away and her attention is somewhere else for a moment, it’s unexpected and it’s sexy! Because it’s a REAL moment. Shots that aren’t posed are usually so dynamic!


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10. Play with emotions. Get the girl to pretend to cry or get her to laugh wickedly…or even sneer. Have them act! It’s another way to engage your viewers and hold their attention on a photograph longer than “just another pretty picture.”

Source: fashionphotographyblog.com

100 Stylish Examples Of Fashion Photography

Fashion photography is a genre of photography devoted to displaying clothing and other fashion items. It’s often an incredibly experimental medium, and results in innovative and high-concept photography. Today we’ve collected a range of stylish and beautiful examples of fashion photography, and a few tips to help you shoot your own fashion images!

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