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Explained lighting schemes
One image is more valuable than one thousand words, but when it comes to learn on lighting techniques, an only image is even more valuable.
Explained lighting schemes, lighting a face
Light schemes for a model's face explained. What to take care of, common problems and how to solve them.
Eugenio Recuenco
To any photographer, or simply to any lover of good art, taking a deep look to Eugenio Recuenco's work is a humility exam and an experience plenty of astonishment and inspiration, a proof that the art is still strongly present in advertising, and a proof that the fight against commercial priorities every artist has can be win with big amounts of passion, creativity and technique.
She's Electric
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SHOWstudio: Noir - Dice Kayek / Marie Schuller
How to do your basic polaroid shots for your profile
Mobile phone fotos, photo-souvenirs or personal photos are not useful for your profile! Follow this steps to learn how to do your first basic photos for yourself.
litmind is seeking for submissions
Now accepting fashion photography and film works proposals for our section of featured works
The face behind the most influential fashion photographers
Photography as an advertising tool has redefined itself with the dawn of the fashion industry. Those are some of the photographers whose works still remain after so many fashion trends and fashion industry turns, along some of the artists who are nowadays walking the paths of the new creative fashion and advertising photography.
Data protection
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Image and author rights agreement documents
Example documents for image and author rights agreements. (In spanish)
Nude photography
3 excellent free books for photographers
Fran Barrero is an experienced advertising and fashion photographer. He created three excellent books based on his experiences. They're completely free!
Confusion about the image resolution in digital photography
We try to shed some light on the confusion between PPI, DPI, megapixels, printing resolution and other concepts about the size of digital images
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