Colors often play a big part in fashion photography, and the work of Los Angeles-based Derrick Freske is dripping with them. In fact, his images are brimming with colors that bring both a youthful energy and a hypnotic vibe to his chosen genre.
My name is Dominique Seefeldt, and I'm a 28-year-old photographer from Duesseldorf, Germany and I almost exclusively do people-photography. I've been shooting for almost ten years now and long time only lived it as a hobby going through various stages and genres, from still-life over automotive until I found my passion in people-photography.
Harness style camera straps have become staple accessories for photographers wanting comfort while carrying hefty cameras. The latest of these is the sleek Fotcase strap, which has just launched on Kickstarter.
In the world of photography there are those photographers who care nothing about style, being all about the function of their gear. But we don’t talk to those people (just kidding guys, we love you), so for the rest of us it matters to us if our camera straps look good and help us look good for our clients.
After featuring a handful of work showing daily life around Africa, it's time for us to go deeper into its pockets of culture that most of us rarely see. Today's featured project by Nairobi-based Osborne Macharia is an colorful inspiration for both fans and practitioners of fashion photography.
Shooting in a studio or studio style with film changes a lot more of the photography game than you'd really think. You see, there's no taking a photo, chimping, and saying you like the image or not.
DPReview recently spoke with Fujifilm reps at a recent event, who told the publication that there is totally a chance that a medium format digital rangefinder style camera is very possible. Why would this even be considered? Sure, Fujifilm has had the X Pro 2 for a while, but if you've been shooting photos for a while then you're probably aware of the company's very solid rangefinder cameras during the film days.