eBook Digital Fashion Photography, 1st Edition

  • Chris Tarantino
  • Ken Tan
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  • ISBN-10: 1305488229
  • ISBN-13: 9781305488229
  • DDC: 778.997469
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 261 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2006 | Published/Released October 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2006
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Geared towards both professionals and people working to become professionals, this book offers essential instruction on digital fashion photography. With digital photography taking the industry by storm, this is an opportune time to learn the ins and outs of shooting models in the studio and on location by using digital equipment. This book includes how-tos for those interested or already involved in fashion photography-how to set up fashion specific shots whether in-studio or on-location, how to use digital equipment to get the shot you want, etc. With its huge audience, high paychecks and glamorous international lifestyle, fashion photography may seem like one of the world’s most sought-after professions. For every fashion photographer who makes it through the door of a top magazine, a thousand others find their niche in fashion advertising, art photography, celebrity portraiture or even paparazzi work to make a living. This book combines educational digital photography information that is related to digital photography in general as well as the areas and issues indigenous to the professional fashion photography world. Its visual nature carries the same appeal as fashion magazines worldwide-people love to look at images of beautiful people. With informative content and breathtaking images, from simple to futuristic, this is undeniably an engaging book, perfect for this audience.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
About the Authors.
1: From Film to Digital: A Brief Overview of Camera Technology.
2: Working with Agents and Clients.
3: Working with Models.
4: Studio Work.
5: Location Work.
6: Post-Shoot Image Selection, Transfer, and Storage.
7: Post-Production and Adobe Photoshop.
8: The Ins and Outs of Color Management.
9: Gallery.

Meet the Author

Author Bio

Chris Tarantino

Chris Tarantino is an expert at retouching and has worked in the retouching and color correcting field since 1983. Chris has been described as someone who "breaks" Photoshop to make it work better. His retouching work has graced many fashion and beauty magazines worldwide, including Vogue, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, and Harper's Bazaar. He has worked with many leading photographers to help them achieve their vision in the new digital world, including Steve Meisel, Mario Testino, Enrique Badulescu, and Nicolai Grosell. Books Chris has written include Digital Fashion Photography and Digital Photo Processing, and he is a contributor to leading photography and creative magazines. Currently Chris is working for Vaught Studio as their Beauty retoucher and in-house Photoshopopedia. Chris is a Adobe Certified Expert, an Adobe Community Expert, part of the Adobe Influencer Program, and is a moderator on the Adobe Help Forums for Photoshop, Lightroom, Bridge and Camera Raw. Of which programs he is at least a Beta Tester. In addition to writing and consulting about Photoshop, Chris also speaks at major Creative and Photography venues such as PMA and PhotoExpo. He also offers one on one training online using Adobe technology and online seminars in conjunction with Retouchpro.com.

Ken Tan

Ken Tan has been a professional photographer for more than 10 years, focusing on fashion, beauty, and glamour photography. He grew up and is based in Melbourne, Australia, but lived and worked in New York for three years, with working visits to Brazil, Canada, and the UK. His introduction to fashion was somewhat serendipitous, having been introduced to some New York models in the mid-1990s, who offered to test with him. This led to introductions to agents, stylists, and designers, and has allowed Ken to continue to hone his craft and individual photographic style in a strongly collaborative environment. Ken continues to draw inspiration from past masters, while chasing that next, elusive photograph to define his work.