Fashion

The 1986 Apple Clothing Collection

The 1986 Apple Clothing Collection

Why did Apple create a clothing collection in 1986? I have no idea. But I'm sure glad they did, because it allowed these photos to happen. I'm having a hard time deciding exactly which one of these shots is my favorite. They're all dripping with attitude. I assume that in the years following, these clothes trickled through attics and thrift stores until they eventually landed on the backs of hipsters. Which means that they are being worn once again with the attitude captured in these photos.

The Little Slide Dress: Emily Steel Creates An Illuminating Dress From Old Film

The Little Slide Dress: Emily Steel Creates An Illuminating Dress From Old Film

A modern take on the little black dress, Emily Steel has found a way to make film a fashion statement. This dressed is adorned with film and backed with LED lights that give the effect. The idea was to create a wearable dress that fuses the idea of technology and art. The end result is intriguing to say the least. Check out the images and more details in the expanded post.

Cheap and Easy DIY Alternative For A Vinyl Seamless Backdrop

Cheap and Easy DIY Alternative For A Vinyl Seamless Backdrop

If you work out of a studio, you know how annoying paper seamless backdrops can be...they always wrinkle and warp. We recently changed over to the Savage Vinyl backdrops and they seem to last a lot longer. The guys over at OKstrobist have an even cheaper alternative for those looking for a DIY approach and it's pretty clever. Even though this can still cost as much as $170, you aren't stuck

[Pics] Breathtaking Fairy Tale Scenes by Kirsty Mitchell

[Pics] Breathtaking Fairy Tale Scenes by Kirsty Mitchell

Tragedy struck Kirsty Mitchell four years ago when her mother passed away from a brain tumor. As a way of processing through the grief, Kirsty decided to pick up a camera and get lost in the world of photography. With an incredible imagination and extreme patience, Kirsty created some unbelievable fairy tale images to honor her mother by recreating the stories she was told as a child.

[Pics] April's Best Facebook Group Photos

[Pics] April's Best Facebook Group Photos

It's that time again... who impressed us with the best images uploaded to our Fstoppers Facebook Group? We select the most compelling, best lit, or most jaw dropping images every month, and honor them with a coveted badge of their achievement. Did your photo garner the praise of your peers? Maybe it flew under the radar, but is still magnificent in its own way. Let's look at what April had to offer, and it was a heck of a month. We have more images to showcase than any month before.

[Behind The Scenes] Fashion Photographer Melissa Rodwell's Kurv Magazine Shoot

[Behind The Scenes] Fashion Photographer Melissa Rodwell's Kurv Magazine Shoot

Fashion photographer Melissa Rodwell has become a good friend of ours over the years. The New York based photographer lives and breathes fashion photography, and as you can see with her images it really shows. The self proclaimed "photographer who does not own a digital camera" teamed up with Kurv magazine to produce some very exotic fashion images. As with most fashion images, the retouching is pretty important with interesting

[News] Career Advice From A Professional Retoucher.

[News] Career Advice From A Professional Retoucher.

The majority of photographers I know have a love/hate relationship with post production and retouching. In fact, for most of them, it's more of the latter. As a fashion photographer/retoucher myself I find I'm often in the minority as I personally enjoy both. Quite often I enjoy retouching more than shooting even. There are of course people out there who solely retouch and don't shoot at all.

[Pics] A Fun Spring Fashion Shoot, Dogs Included

[Pics] A Fun Spring Fashion Shoot, Dogs Included

As far as I'm concerned, Emily Shur can do know wrong. I've been following her work and blog for a few years now for a couple of reasons. First, I appreciate that she talks about her dog almost as much as I do. Secondly, she's got a strong portfolio of celebrity portraits - many of them taken in a blank studio without the use of props. In this particular shoot she used props of the canine variety, and faced the humans toward the backdrop.

Pages