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Fashion Photography with a Smartphone?

I’m firmly convinced that we’re living a strong moment of change in photography, not just because of the digital age that we have been living in the last years but mostly for the mix of that digital technology with the internet. 921 more words

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kirkstanovich reblogged this on Fashion Photography Trends and commented:

saw this post the other day and just thought this was just the coolest thing I have ever seen! Fashion photography with a smartphone and the images are actually really good too! You have to click on "view original" in order to see the full post, but I would recommend it! It is a fascinating read! Kirk

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This REBLOG features photographer, Karim Nassar. I couldn't find a site for him, but i love his work on this spread! :) As you guys know, I have been on a huge beauty photography kick lately. It is all I have been shooting and those are the images lately that are really standing out to me as being beautiful and inspirational. This shoot is one of those exact types of inspirational work! :) have actually had a few people tell me that my work is kind of boring and the things that I find inspirational aren't really that good of images. People around me have the idea that "fashion" and "beauty" images have to have some sort of crazy make up or hair and that it can't just be simple beauty. I disagree wholly. This shoot is a great example of simple elegance and beauty. The make up is really simple and tamed. The lips are red, but that isn't really anything crazy. There are lines of bright color, or lotion smeared on the faces, but it isn't really over the top crazy. To be honest, my favorite of the images are the ones with simple and clean make up. Again, that is just personal preference, but it is what I am also trying to replicate in my own work. Being a fashion photographer is being willing to try new things or try trendy things that will not get a lot of compliments. I am regularly told, "I'm not a photography, so I don't really get your photography all the time." This always makes me laugh, because I don't make images for other photographers. I make images to express fashion and beauty for everyone. I have had to find my own way with what inspires me and what I find joy in. That is the only way to stay sane in life, do what you love and don't let other people tell you what you want. would love to know what you guys think of this shoot. Is it too simple? Is it beautiful? Is it boring? Leave a comment and let me know! Until next time, live your dreams and may passion never die! Kirk



kirkstanovich reblogged this on Fashion Photography Trends and commented:

Here is another blog post from Institute Magazine! I am obsessed with these images! Institute Magazine is one of my most favorite blogs to follow because they always feature so many amazing photographers and pieces of work. This post is titles “Somewhere". Now frankly I have no idea why this post is titled that, but I do think the concept is amazing. The idea is so simple. One model, simple clothes, in a studio, sitting on a stool. There is nothing complicated or overly extravagant in this shoot but yet I still love it. First of all, the lighting is amazing. It plays off of her skin perfectly and the make up was done so well. It highlights her beautifully and the contouring is impeccable. The reason that this photo shoot stands out to me so much is because of the model. I mean first of all she is gorgeous, but she plays up the clothing so well. The stylist on this shoot did an amazing job piecing together outfits that made the model look flawless. The model's posing though is what really stands out in my opinion. Her face seems like her mind is "somewhere else". Maybe that's why they named it somewhere, haha. But she poses simply, efficiently, and it is so unique. have noticed lately in my own work that people rarely appreciate fashion photography for what it is. Things are supposed to be weird. Things are supposed to look different and out of the norm. Fashion is innovative, new, and creative. If we just snapped pictures of pretty people then we aren't really doing our job in any way. Please let me know what you think of these images in the comments below! I know not everyone has the same taste in photography, so it would be fun to see what everyone else thinks! Until next time, live your dreams and may passion never die! Kirk