Surrealistic And Unusual KENZO Advertising Campaign for Fall '13
by JURGITA
Photography •Jul 11, 2013
KENZO introduced new, interesting and quite unusual advertising campaign for this fall/winter collection. It's not the first time KENZO fashion house introduces campaign that is unusual, but this time the result is amazing and we definitely love this campaign! In colorful and fun KENZO posters you can see models, pinned between different insects or even a small kitty sitting in the shoe. The creative director Humberto Leon believes, that people create the image of the brands while flipping...
THIS LOVE SHOT DIAMONDS FROM ITS EYES
by Alexis Heim
Photography •Sep 15, 2012 • views: 36972
Pushing boundaries, breaking fences and molds... The theme is revisited every six months, or so, and we never seem to get enough of that circle. LOVE magazine allows itself to go as far as it wants to, and explore what others have left blank. Nudity in fashion has always lurked around the corner, behind the curtain and shares the spotlights with the oh-so-coveted product -- the clothes themselves. The newest issue does follow the same pattern, as I said it revisits the mag's favorite items,...
 
 
by JURGITA
Photography •Sep 3, 2012
Lanvin’s creative director Alber Elbaz shakes things up each season and Steven Meisel continues his collaboration with Alber Elbaz and Lanvin. For the Fall/Winter 2012 ad ...
by Sandra Kliukaite
Photography •Aug 27, 2012
The mere mention of Mario Testino’s name evokes a rush of adrenalin in anyone that cares, even a bit, about the worlds of fashion and celebrity. So omnipresent is he at ma...
 
 
by JURGITA
Photography •Nov 19, 2007
You don't have to be a professional photographer to tell which picture is well done and which one is plain. Not every professional photographer manages to avoid those little...
by JURGITA
Photography •Sep 17, 2007
There are many young and talented photographers who can not afford to have a private studio. Is there any way out? There's always a way out - you can build an in-house studi...
by Vylune P
Photography •Jul 30, 2007
Composition of a picture can attract or dispel a viewer's attention. Have you noticed that things look different - interesting or not - depending on their position in a phot...
by Charles Griffin
Photography •May 28, 2007
Everybody who has a camera, even a tiny cell phone camera can do a self-portrait. Just hold it out far enough, if it has a lens that will focus close enough, and snap. The resul...
 
 
by Marcus Phillips
Photography •May 3, 2007 • views: 50387
Time for Print (TFP) or Time for CD (TFCD) are popular arrangements between models and photographers on the internet. The basic idea is that no money changes hands, but both sid...
by Charles Griffin
Photography •Apr 25, 2007
Read the Part I.So what do you need to know about photography in this age? That there is still a difference between what is sold to the consumer and what is sold to the profess...
by Charles Griffin
Photography •Apr 24, 2007
May Adobe reign as ruler of the digital age: Photoshop is King! Those of us who have become fully digital, certainly owe homage to that which has made us poor shooters into art...
by Charles L Griffin
Photography •Apr 5, 2007
There used to be a phrase: Photos don't lie. Once that was partially a true statement. Now, nothing could be farther from the truth. While studio tricks could be used to hel...
 
 
 
 
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