In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, we explored the look and setup used by Terry Richardson to achieve his iconic and rule breaking style of fashion photography. After eight photo shoots spanning from Boston all the way to California, we are finally wrapping up this photo study. I’ll break down what I’ve learned … Continue reading How to Shoot like Terry Richardson – (Part 3: The Results)
Last time in Part 1, we started to explore Terry Richardson’s iconic snapshot style that’s influenced a generation of photographers and created the modern look for fashion photography. Controversies aside, Uncle Terry breaks the traditional “rules” with his use of harsh direct lighting and a shadow that hugs the model. In this part, we will discuss his setup and the … Continue reading How to Shoot like Terry Richardson – (Part 2: The Setup)
Whether or not you have heard of him, you’ve probably has seen his work. From Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar to H&M and American Apparel, his white-background-with-hard-direct-flash-portraits has been the iconic look of the recent times. Pay attention the next time you go shopping, and just realize just how many billboards and ads are shot clean, on a white background, with very little shadow. The … Continue reading How to Shoot like Terry Richardson – (Part 1: The Look)
I’m not a huge fan of superhero movies. Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight along with Heath Ledger‘s haunting Joker, and Christian Bale‘s anti-hero Batman pretty much defined superhero movies for me. It honestly was one of the best movies of all time. I am not particularly looking forward to the upcoming Suicide Squad coming out in 2016. I’m not so sure … Continue reading Peyton Lake as “Harley Quinn in Los Angeles”
Okay, so I had said that I was no longer going to rant about the photo industry, but I kind of have to today. I was on Facebook and saw a forum where someone was asking for advice about some photos they had taken, of course a bunch of photographers pop up and start offering … Continue reading Photographer or Pretender?