Self-portrait where I wanted the viewer to really look at the photo and see where I got the title from.
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Welcome to the Official Fstoppers Fashion Photography group. Introduce yourself!
Let me get the ball rolling. My name is Peter House. I am a Toronto based commercial fashion photographer. I mostly work on the product and catalog side of things, but I also shoot a fair bit of editorial. I also run one of the more popular rental studios in...
Name is Bill and I recently relocated to the South Florida area. Decided to go out one early morning to shoot the Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse just north of Fort Lauderdale and this is one of the shots I came away with.
As a beginner photographer, one of the hardest things for me is taking a portrait that retains the skin texture. What is the best ISO to do it? What is the level of underexposure for the original shot? I took this shot of my wife, but the skin on her face does not look as I wish.
i would like to know that have i smoothened the skin and the removed the marks properly ? . i used photoshop cc for editing purposes.
This was an old GMC pickup truck that was on display at a car show.
Taken with a Canon 30D ISO 100 f3.5 1/500 18mm manual exposure back in May 2014
A color image that was edited in Photoshop CS6 as a monochrome image because it looked better in my eyes. There were a couple of small distractions that were cloned out.
First Post, just joined the group.
Aston Martin Rapide 'Devil' parked on the driveway of the Sheraton Gold Coast
Taken with a sub $100 Panasonic Point and Shoot and edited in Lightroom 4 and Photoshop CS6
My idea was to try and create an almost monochrome dream like image.
In my mind I think I achieved what I was after...
Here are two images I took for the makeup artist portfolio. Would you give any cc on the retouching side please?
Trying to see what results I can get by bringing my flash out on the streets with me for an urban shoot.
One of the many perks of living up in the north, is that the golden hour happens at a much later hour this late in the year. Don't need to get up at some ungodly hour of the morning to catch the first rays of golden light. Boy do I love it.
I've recently started doing portrait photography from a background in Landscape Photography. I really enjoy the process of being able to have more control over the light and getting pose my subject compared to showing up to a location and try to make everything work together to create a nice image.
These shots were taken for my friend...
Is anyone interested in starting up - or adding me to - an Instagram Pod for landscape photographers? I have only been in one other pod before but did not find it beneficial as many of the photographers were focused more on portraiture, etc.
sometimes a photo doesn't quite work out. And other times it ends up looking better than what you had in your head. This shot of Gharrett is the latter.
The lighting, his expression, everything came together to create one solid image that is probably one of my favourites of the set.
A trip to the PNW last spring included a few days in Yachats to shoot Thor's Well. An incredibly small place with lots to offer!
Hello, just dropping by to share and connect. I have been shooting for 10 years and Boudoir exclusive for 3; I specialize in emotive black and white boudoir. I look forward to seeing everyone's work!
I know there are spectacular "Rainbow Mountains" in China as well as "Painted Hills" in the Badlands of South Dakota. Turkey has some as well. But did you know there are also incredible Painted Hills in eastern Oregon? They are part of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. This image was taken in late afternoon close to sunset. The light...
Lucky to participate in a Cheongsam Portrait shot session lately. Look like everything align perfectly. The model is cool and gorgeous. The make up artist did a fantastic job. The lighting in this national park is beautiful.
Shots taken in Olympus Em2 mk ii with Olympus 40-150mm f2.8