Lighting For B&W

High-key black-and-white portraiture has been popular since Hollywood's golden era
Text And Photography By William Sawalich
High-key black-and-white portraiture has been popular since Hollywood's golden era. While those early greats created high-key glamour with hot lights and film, we can achieve the same effect today with almost any lighting approach—from daylight to strobe light, outdoors and in. A high-key image contains tones that are primarily light…

Going Viral

August Bradley’s personal project “99 Faces of Occupy Wall St.” was simple to execute and brought immediate media attention as it caught fire online
By David Willis, Photography By August Bradley
This Article Features Photo Zoom August Bradley is known for photography that's incredibly detailed and highly stylized, with deep literary references and complex, psychological motifs. He refers to his intensely cerebral approach to portrait and commercial photography as "conceptual," but for a more recent project, Bradley decided to do something…

Car Shots

How to take pro-level automobile pictures
ext And Photography By Randy Wells
1962 Cadillac Interior, Costa Mesa, CA Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon 17-35mm lens at 17mm, 1⁄15 sec., ƒ/16. There's nothing like the interior of an early '60s Cadillac. This image was part of a job for a car collector in California. To accentuate the deco design and colors of…

Shooting For Post

How to be an efficient photographer by shooting with the Photoshop work in mind
Text And Photography By Glenn Rand
Everyone has heard the expression "I'll fix it in Photoshop." Usually, blowing off details when you shoot because you know you can fix them in Photoshop isn't a good idea, and often it's not as possible or as easy as you think. However, making images around a concept that uses…
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