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Fashion is all about trends, and fashion photographers need to roll with the changes to produce work that is fresh, captivating, and relevant. In this book, award-winning photographer Daniel Davis provides a plethora of technical information that will help you to create inspired, moody, and captivating images that show the model and wardrobe in the best-possible light. Davis covers everything from working with models/designers, to creative tips for conceptualizing the portrait, to selecting the correct lens, to creating dramatic lighting and poses that suit the model and scene, to finessing the portrait in postproduction.
You’ll also learn how to adapt to changing styles and markets and will discover how watching media trends can help you create gotta have it” images for your clients. Whether you’re new to the industry or are an established pro looking to breathe new life into your business, you’ll find in this book must-have technical information and artistic inspiration.
Daniel Davis is the owner of Dan Davis Studios, an award-winning studio located in Burnsville, Minnesota. He specializes in photographing high-school seniors and models. With the fusion of photography and art, his passion emerges through each piece he creates. Dan is keenly aware of the power a portrait possesses and how it communicates to its viewers.
His work has earned him numerous awards, including the Kodak Gallery Award and Fuji Masterpiece Award. His other honors include Best of Show WI, two-time MN Portrait/Overall Photographer of the Year, and multiple Current 2016 Twin Cities Photographer of the Year, among others. His work has also been published in numerous magazines.