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Topshop, LookBook-ul de Crăciun

Vă las în compania fotografiilor din Lookbook-ul Topshop de Crăciun.

O colecție promițătoare, care mixează cu succes tendințele acestui sezon, de la ținute în genul Louis Vuitton inspirate din anii 50, până la piese cu tentă gotică, în genul colecției Gucci.


Stella McCartney | Curentul vegan trece din bucătărie în modă

Andreea Damian

Ochelari de soare SUPER


Magdalena Frackowiak de Catherine Servel în Exhibition


Misteriosul ceas Dior


Cătălin Botezatu, contract uriaș cu statul pentru măști și combinezoane, în plină pandemie

Andreea Damian

Daria Werbowy for Vogue Paris, august ’09


1 comentariu

Sandra 7 December 2012 at 17:52

When you say I only have a digital cmarea I am going to assume that you mean something along the lines of a pocket, point and shoot type of cmarea. Digital cmareas come in all shapes and sizes. And they range from just point it and shoot, to change you lens, focus, set this and that, then shoot.Most digital cmareas today, can give very good results.First, get a tripod or something that will keep the cmarea steady.Next, read up on composition. Learn the basic rule for composing a good shot. This can seem a bit overwhelming as anything that is in your picture, is a part of composition. This includes: subject; lighting; contrast; posing; backgrounds; props to name a few. But until you have a firm grasp of composition you will have a hard time making any shot look professional .Next, I’d say look at lighting. Don’t use the flash that is on your cmarea. Or if you do, use it along with other lights off to the side. Try to light yourself to reduce shadows behind you. Try it with shadows being cast to just one side. Use sharp light, use soft light, use reflected light. Sharp light comes directly from your light source. Soft light comes from putting a defuser in front of your light such as a white bed sheet hung in front of the lights. Reflected light comes from pointing your lights away from the subject and reflecting the light back with a light colored or reflective surface.The types of light you use will make a difference as well. Incandescent bulbs give a different tint to the picture than florescent bulbs. Backgrounds help too. These can be something as simple as a solid colored, or printed bed sheet, all the way to a painting of the stair case on the Titanic.I shoot wildlife and scenery so I can’t give you all the specifics of studio lighting. You can do a Google search on studio lighting techniques and go from there. Another thing you can do is stop by one of these in store studios like Olan Mills. Most of these places are staffed with people who are not busy all day long and love to take a break from doing nothing by explaining a few things to you. So stop by and, if they are not busy, just ask them Can you explain how to light a subject to me? Outdoors can be another way to make your fashion pictures look more professional. An evening gown can be very well set off by the model standing in a well cared for landscape. Flowers the same color as the outfit, or contrasting colors. And just because you are outside, does not mean that you will not need additional light.This is a lot, and it may sound like more than you can handle. Right now it is. But as you learn, you will one day look back at this time in your life and think something like Boy, was I dumb. You are not dumb, you just have not learned yet. You are a teen. And your life should be filled with learning. And you have picked a good subject to learn.How does a person walk from New York to Los Angeles? The same way they walk across a room. One step at a time. The first trip just takes a little longer is all. The same thing here. Learn one step at a time. Your pictures won’t become what you want overnight. It will take time. But after time, you will see the change, and learn how to make the changes you want.Good luck.


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