- Concept To Creation: Turn Inspiration Into Concept You have an idea, great. How do you turn that idea into a set of images? Can it be turned into a picture narrative/story? Now that you have your base idea, it’s time to do some research!
- Mood Boards: Communicate Your Ideas To Your Creative Team This is the time to hear out others opinions (if you’re open to them, which it’s always good to be) and really hammer down the details. When reaching out to your team, it’s standard protocol to provide them with a mood board.
- Concept To Creation: How Professional Photographers Do It Examples of Concept to Creation from Working Fashion Photographers
- Concept To Creation: Editorial Versus Campaign Concept – crucial to binding your images together. You’ll find that any high end magazine only published editorials that has a concept holding the story together so today we are going discuss the difference between editorial and campaign images and how these can affect the concept for your shoots.
- Planning A Shoot With A Creative Team I’m going to walk you through some of the planning behind my editorial for Kenton Magazine, “Surrealia,” however, the same basic principles apply to planning a test.
- Shooting With Your Creative Team & Post Production Once everyone on the creative team and everything for the shoot is confirmed, I’ll reach out to agencies and find a girl that suits the idea. This isn’t always the case. Oftentimes you’ll see a model and be inspired by their look.
- Learnings Of A Model With Sarah DeAnna Sarah DeAnna join us on FPBlog. After sharing her discovery story, Sarah is back to share her experiences of learning the tricks of the trade as a model when she first started out. She offers her insights for photographers to get the most out the models they work with.
- Sarah DeAnna On Working With Photographers Sarah DeAnna, top fashion model, shares her experience working as a model for both male & female photographers, as well as offering tips for photographers who need guidance in how to direct models to get the most out of their subjects during a shoot. Let’s get the party started. Here is Sarah DeAnna with FPBlog…