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Lighting and Posing Techniques for Photographing Women (Pro Photo Workshop)
Lighting and Posing Techniques for Photographing Women (Pro Photo Workshop)
Featuring 15 of the industry's top photographers, among them Monte Zucker, Michael Ayers, Dave Newman, and Kathleen Hawkins, this guide teaches professional photographers how to capture the most flattering views of the female form—and appeal to their largely female clientele—through careful lighting and posing. This reference emphasizes how from the very start of the process, certain techniques should be employed to create high quality images, such as using light to enhance a beautiful face and employing shadow and light to downplay any of the subject's percieved flaws or insecurities. With 36 detailed lighting and posing diagrams illustrating how to re-create the work of the pros, this handbook reveals numerous ways to create a technically flawless, saleable portrait of a female client.

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Photography stuff
Photography stuff
I finally remembered to take another digital camera with me while visiting my parents. The camera I used was an old HP PhotoSmart 620, horrible. I turned all the light spots on the ceiling to point down on the equipment and then I put a normal table light on the left. I don't have any optical triggers so I coudn't use a flash. See the notes. Notes with a (B) are what go in the camera bag (a too small Tamrac Pro 56 series clone, have to get a Lowepro Nova 4/5 AW). The tripod at the moment is an old Manfrotto 190 with a Manfrotto #200 video head, very robust but not very handy. Not in the photo because it was holding the camera. The Pentax stuff is fully functional (except the ME Super is a bit broken somehow) but they are mainly sitting in the showcase. I've spent only about 20-30€ for the WHOLE Pentax set, so I guess I've been quite lucky. I'm not going to sell them because some of them were a suprise present. :) Wishlist: * Radio triggers for flashes (might buy these soon) --> Pair of Cactus V2s bought --> Cactus V4 * Another flash stand (I have an old microphone stand as one now, not good for moving around but good when using it just inside) and an umbrella. --> three flash stands and an umbrella bought * Bigger camera bag --> Lowepro Computrekker AW bought * A telezoom with AF * A ball head for the tripod --> Manfrotto 484RC2 bought * Ultra-wide zoom (maybe a Tokina 12-24mm f/4) * Micro-Nikkor 60mm/2.8 or some other macro lens --> Micro-Nikkor 55mm/2.8 bought * A lottery win to get the things above :)
Another Mager facebook profile photo
Another Mager facebook profile photo
Another Mager facebook profile photo Terra South of Market, San Francisco. California Nikon D70, Tokina 16-50mm AT-X PRO f/2.8 DX, SB-800, ultimate light box ____________________________________________________ Kubrick and Cupcakes by Songbird and Satisfaction. Thanks to Cindy and Halle for the invite. Thanks to the folks at Get Satistfaction and Songbird for hosting. And, of course, the peeps at Terra. I try to remember at least once a night getting Mager a photo for his facebook profile. This was my spare camera as my D200 is broken and I didn't realize I could have shot the Leica. Since my D70 L bracket is on loan, the flash was handheld which made AF, flash, nearly everything inconsistent. Batch processed in DxO to give it a little Clockwork Red^H^H^HOrange. Some of the images posted are unprocessed.

pro photo lighting equipment
pro photo lighting equipment
PBL SANDBAG HEAVYDUTY SADDLEBAG DESIGN 4 BAGS HOLDS 20LBS OF SAND NEW by PBL
YOU CANNOT PURCHASE A BETTER QUALITY SANDBAG ANYWHERE AT THIS PRICE. WE GUARANTEE IT. This is a set of 4 professional heavy duty sand bags. Their unique saddlebag design can be draped over or clamped onto light stand legs, or to boom arms to provide extra stability. With dual 10 1/4" x 9 1/4" interior compartments, these heavy duty bags can be filled and emptied over and over again with sand, gravel, even nuts and bolts. These sandbags will prove to be an integral part of your studio system for years to come.

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