Another behind the scenes video with Fashion Photographer Aaron Nace from PHLearn. He talks on how he captured the shots, directs the model, and choice of lighting.
Video Retrieved from:
Photoshop Tutorials by PHLEARN, PHLearn, and Aaron Nace. “Behind the Scenes: High Fashion Photography PRO Tutorial.” YouTube. February 14, 2014. Accessed March 9, 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cseA29zUyK4.
Fstoppers, and Clay Cook. “Critique the Community Episode 20: Editorial and Fashion Photography with Clay Cook.” YouTube. December 14, 2016. Accessed March 7, 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhyxkq5SkKk.
This video by Fstoppers features technical, conceptual, and practical responses from Clay Cook on the submitted images. The responses and explanations for their image choices are really interesting and insightful for crafting my own style for this years’ project.
Some words of wisdom from Canadian photographer Lisa Bettany as we venture into the year ahead.
Capture the photographs you love, don’t be pressures by the ‘popular’ styles of photography.
Be you, love your own work, lets it speak your story and present a piece of yourself through its viewing.Have fun with your camera, the world you’re photographing, and the adventures you’re living.
I have been updating my website all day! Here’s the link if you want to take a peek! 🙂
So I haven’t posted in a while as I have been crashing after an amazing year of learning and creativity! I thought while I have a moment I would upload some photos of my work that was displayed at our end of year exhibition Beyond the Edge.
Above is an image of my photographic series Expression of the Feminine. (photo by Rachael Anne Photography NZ)
I am so so thankful for all the support I have received from all my wonderful friends and family, along with my wonderful classmates, I am so blessed to be studying alongside such dedicated and talented people. All the advice, encouragement and teaching from my tutors, from this past year has been invaluable, you’re all such role models, and continually inspire me to reach further and higher than ever before.
(Thank you for all your support also, I could not have achieved what I have this past year without you all.)
As I have mentioned in a prior post; I will continue to blog over the holidays from time to time, as I continually research and grow in my photographic journey, (and may it ever continue!).
Some amazing and creative portraits with Joe Edelman using only one strobe light and DIY light modifiers!
Definitely want to do a shoot with a neon colours and blue light sometime!