The Empty Apple: A New York City Time-lapse
Photography Unfiltered Update
From the Kelby Media Group: Matt Kloskowski is joined in the studio by fashion photographer Frank Doorhof and wedding photographer Catherine Hall. The three of them, along with Scott Kelby, hang out on with Josh Haftel and Denise Ho from Google in order to get the scoop on the future of the Nik software plugins. Catherine talks about getting started in the industry and Frank offers some advice on shooting fashion photos.
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We are happy to announce that Top Model Release is now approved by iStockphoto in addition to Getty Images! IStockphoto is one of the top online, royalty free microstock photography providers. Their international user acceptance and wide variety of content make them an ideal source for TMR users. We are both humbled and excited to share their review!
“Top Model Release is a slick piece of iPhone software that has an iPad version on the way. It supports multiple languages and sync’s across devices over iCloud.”-iStockPhoto
Have you had a chance to check out Top Model Release? The app is available now in the iTunes App Store and includes the iPad update (which will be released shortly).
Whatever subject you shoot, choosing the right lighting is crucial. If you’re looking to improve your subject lighting, check out the cheat sheet above from Digital Camera World.
Your last shot, It can be an eerie yet interesting topic to think about. If there’s anything photographer Frieke Janssens has to say about it, your last shot will certainly be one of your best. In her new project appropriately tilted, “Your Last Shot“, Janssens takes the guess work out of choosing a photo for a loved one after they have passed. The project treats customers (who are alive and well) to a full hair, makeup and styling team to capture an image that will stay with them forever.
The goal of the photo shoot is to capture a timeless yet iconic image that will represent the customer. The project will only run for a limited duration of time and will set you back around $1060, but can you really put a price on something like this?
If you were to have your “Last Shot” taken at what age would you chose to be remembered?
Your shooting environment can offer up an endless supply of props that can enhance the narrative of your photo. In this image the Boston terrier was not apart of the original concept. In fact, he was graciously loaned to be by a man who happened to be walking by. Adding the additional character gave the story line depth and interest that may have not been otherwise achieved.
How do you incorporate props within your environment to tell a story?