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Fashion Photography For Men

fashion photography for men
    fashion photography
  • Fashion photography is a genre of photography devoted to displaying clothing and other fashion items. Fashion photography is most often conducted for advertisements or fashion magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, or Allure.
    for men
  • For Men is an Italian magazine devoted to sex, health, nutrition, hobby, sport and other men's issues. Its published in Milan, Italy by the publishing company Cairo Editore.
  • premature ejaculation - reaching orgasm before you want to; for many men this can mean before intercourse has begun or too soon after commencing intercourse.
fashion photography for men - 500 Poses
500 Poses for Photographing Men: A Visual Sourcebook for Digital Portrait Photographers
500 Poses for Photographing Men: A Visual Sourcebook for Digital Portrait Photographers
Offering a variety of options for refining poses and spicing up portrait sessions, this visual sourcebook addresses the problems that photographers often run into when taking portraits of men, whether the pictures are for male fashion shoots, weddings, family shots, or individual portraits. For ease of use, this reference groups sample images according to how much of the subject is included in the frame—from head-and-shoulders shots to full-length portraits. Containing contemporary images from leading professionals, this indispensable manual explains posing fundamentals as well as how to offset the fears, concerns, and insecurities that men can bring to a portrait session.

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A stranger on a foreign shore
A stranger on a foreign shore
With every sun that sets I am feeling more Like a stranger on a foreign shore With an eroding beach disappearing from under me And when my mirror speaks it never minces words That these eyes don't shine half as bright As they used to do and they haven't for quite a while 'Cause I'm a man who hides from all that binds In a mess of fading lines And there's a tangled thread inside my head With nothing on either end I always fall in love with an open door Or the horizon on an endless sea As I look around the ones who are standing right in front of me And then my mirror speaks with irreverence Like a soldier I can't command It sees the frightened child in the body of a full-grown man And he's a man who hides from all that binds In a mess of fading lines And there's a tangled thread inside his head With nothing on either end There's nothing on either end -Death cab for cutie-My mirror speaks- ______________________________ PRESS L Its been a long day Plus i had to go to the library with marina and vicente to study chemistry Its not been a good day I dont feel well in general And im just constantly tired.... On a positive side Ive spoke with my mom, and I've kinda decided what i want to do I want to study fashion photography at london art college But i have to do a foundation degree in art and design In the year of the foundation degree, i can decide wether that is what i want to carry on doing, or i can come back here to spain to study chemistry So yeah But i have to get accepted I have a friend, who wnat to study fashion. She also wants to go to London art college. So were looking at the possibility of going together So yeah I have a shoot on saturday with Gabi and Campanita See ya p.S. I got a photo published in a calender made by the goverment here in spain to promote awarness against violence and women I'll upload a photo of it when i remember (:
Suave in Motion
Suave in Motion
Okay, so let's go back to fashion photography. This, girls and boys, is definitely fresh, I took this photo barely 15 minutes ago! Just wanted a fun session with some friends, thought it'd be fun to have fashion photography in the men sector after shooting a few girls (tomorrow another girl too!). The suit is custom made, the model made it for his friend's wedding, it's leaning to a semi-tux kinda look, very very suave. Strobist : You can see from the reflection on his Ray-Bans, I used the usual octagonal softbox powered by a 580EX II, flashed wirelessly at 1/4 power. Other datas you can get on the exif information :)

fashion photography for men
fashion photography for men
The Allure Of Men
Masculine elegance, so flamboyant and colorful up until the end of the 18th century, became almost non-existant in the 19th century. From the frock coats of Gainsborough's portraits to the city workers' two-piece suits, the structure of men's clothes evolved at a slow pace. But the language of this uniformity has subtly varied in its details, in the cut, proportion or materials of a piece of clothing. Though individually these different elements are almost imperceptible, each is resolutely identifiable, and each makes a vital contribution to the even more intangible notion of style. This book juxtaposes paintings and photographs of movie stars, politicians, artists, or lesser-known figures dating over almost two centuries, whose very different silhouettes, when placed along-side one another, encapsulate a certain idea of modern elegance and its concern with style.

In scholarly words and stunning, mostly black-and-white photographs, stylemeister Francois Baudot uses the coffee-table book format to pose an important fashion question: How in the world did the vain modern male give up colorful clothing? As he puts it, "How is it that those 17th century birds of paradise ... turned themselves into jet-black crows?" Baudot says it was the Sun King's fault. Louis XIV, mad for frills and flounces, made everybody who was anybody in France circa 1650 wear billowing shirts with lacy sleeves, plumed hats, polychrome silk stockings, "breeches so voluminous that they made walking a problem," high-heeled shoes, "their bows shaped like a windmill's sails," garters, ribbons, makeup, rings, and miserably hot, outrageously expensive wigs. Louis made fashion "lose all contact with reality."
What could possibly come next? Revolution! "The Louis XIV effect was not to be reproduced.... Thenceforth, in his dress, modern man could now only proceed by way of successively and irreversibly discarding things."
This sounds like a lot of French philosophical jive, but the photos Baudot adduces of fashion-plate men--movie stars, politicos, artists, and anonymous guys--do bear him out. Compare, say, the intricately embroidered getup of the Nawab of Bahawalpur in India, or T. Philips's renowned painting of that mad dandy, Lord Byron, with the book's main procession of men in customary suits of solemn black. England's Prince Philip, looking imperially slim in 1950s London, has much the same stylistic allure as James Joyce posed in his most famous picture in Paris in the 1920s. Mao and de Gaulle evoke similar auras of scary power precisely by renouncing outward sumptuousness for authoritative sartorial abstemiousness. Gary Cooper and Jimmy Stewart, Errol Flynn, Fred Astaire, JFK and Bobby, Prince William at Eton, even fatally flamboyant Jean-Michel Basquiat in the full flower of fame--these men resemble so many distinguished penguins. Even the naked men in the book--Sudanese Nuba tribesmen circa 1949 and Yves Saint Laurent launching his "Y pour homme" perfume in 1971--can be seen in terms of the male expression of power by emphatic understatement in dress.
Ultimately, it's tough to sum up Baudot's thesis. But the man sure knows how to pick cool photographs. --Tim Appelo

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