Here at Fstoppers, our goal is to hire some of the very best photographers and educators in the industry to provide some insight on how they work, and what they've learned within the industry they're a part of. Recent Fstoppers Writer and Lifestyle Photographer John Schell recently met with Framed Network to show them, and us, what it's like to work on one of his photo shoots.
Watch this charming 25 minute video of John Schell showing us all his secrets that help him create beautiful, real to life images of his subjects in Southern California. For a full look into the episode, be sure to check it out exclusively on Framed Network.
And if you'd like to see more of John's work, be sure to check out his website and his instagram account. For his weekly writings, be sure to look through his Writer page here on Fstoppers.
I can't seem to find the list of clients, magazines. It's easy when you get to shoot good looking people. A good photographer is making an ordinary person stand out...
That's a nice sentiment and all, but "good looking" people are usually what end up in commercial / print compaigns no?
It's easy to shoot good looking people. What's so difficult about that? If a photographer has a good looking model right in front of him and it's difficult for him to take a decent picture .... I... really don't know what to say.
Remember that you also need:
-a good concept
-a good color composition
-good MUA and Hair stylist
-a good talent direction skill's
-team orchestration skill's
and capacity to put everything working together!
but yes, if there's not good looking people it will be hard, even if you got all the other things.
3 or 4 years ago picked up a dslr and is already on the Framed show? Impressive