Check out this video from Mango Street that discusses The Art of Blurry Photos.
Adorama’s video with Lindsay Adler discusses natural light and how you don’t need a reflector or diffuser to create natural results. In particular, many photographers fear the harsh light of the midday sun, but if you know what you are looking for, you can find flattering and interesting pockets of light.
In this video, Eli Infante breaks down four different photo setups using the FJ200 and a 24-inch deep umbrella. Brought to you by Westcott Lighting, it’s a great video to analyze if you’re interested in a Pin-Up Photoshoot.
Adorama’s “The Masters Series” is great to view on YouTube, with the latest featuring Lindsay Adler on fashion photography. Adler has risen to the top of her industry as a photographer and educator. Based in New York City, her fashion editorials have appeared in numerous publications, including Marie Claire, Numero, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, and more.
Julia Trotti has a video sharing 5 tips to improve your backlight photography techniques. Considering how challenging backlight photography can be, videos like this are extremely useful to hone your craft.
The Art of Photography has a video discussing documentary and fashion photography. It’s worth checking out, especially if you’re looking to pursue either.
Over the winter, Lindsay Adler was invited to photograph at the Baccarat hotel for a joint collaboration between the hotel and fashion designer, The Danes. It’s a great video that discusses some of the challenges and things to keep in mind with on location fashion photography.
Creating a fashion shoot with RGB LED Light Tubes is an interesting subject that not every photographer understands. To help with this, Lindsay Adler has a great video taking you behind the scenes of a shoot featuring RGB light tubes.
Fstoppers is one of the best sites with an endless slew of information related to photography, especially when discussing the subject of photography lighting. Nevertheless, above is a video from Fstoppers discussing photography lighting for e-commerce and catalog fashion. Check it out!
Wex Photo Video posted a very informative video featuring fashion photographer, Eliška Skye in which Eliška talks about being bold in fashion photography. For more fashion photography articles and videos, CLICK HERE.
Here is an interesting video by Vincent Perry Jr. In it, he talks about a fashion photography photo shoot he recently did in black and white. Along the way, he talks about the attributes of black and white portrait/fashion photography and how it appeals to him. For more fashion photography articles and videos, CLICK HERE.
There is something extremely satisfying with what we deem as an older look, specifically when discussing light modifiers for an old Hollywood look. Nevertheless, Adorama recently made a video detailing the timeless Old Hollywood imagery and how to achieve that style nowadays.
Here is an interesting video by Francisco Hernandez of FJH Photography. In it, he explains removing lights in post-production, and more importantly, he explains why he does it. For more articles and videos on Lifestyle Photography, CLICK HERE.
Becoming a fashion photographer is a challenging task, with many moving to larger cities like New York City or Los Angeles to accomplish this goal. Nevertheless, Gabi Mulder has a great video discussing how they became a fashion photographer in the city, detailing the steps and challenges along the way.
This is a Behind The Scene (BTS) video by the photographer Bisrat Fremichael photographing fashion brands. He’s doing a voiceover in the video talking about the photoshoot he’s doing specifically and about shooting for fashion brands in general. Along the way, he gives five great tips when photographing fashion. I think his YouTube channel is…