I had fun working on this series. Working with Lindsay is always awsome she gives me complete freedom.
Lindsay A. "I've been wanting to shoot an editorial with gels projected on the face for quite some time now! I teamed up with the incredibly talented Griselle Rosario to do hair and makeup for this Elle Indonesia editorial.
For this shoot we bought Rosco gels and misc transparent plastics to hold between the subject and the light to cast the rich colors on the face. We actually used the gels as part of the composition in the frame to create lines upon lines to enhance the interest and composition....
By Josh Taylor
By the middle of the first decade of this century the digital revolution had transformed photography so completely that that the ranks of film cameras in production were decimated. While digital is destined to
remain the primary capture medium, shooting film is enjoying a renaissance, especially among artists and traditionalists, and film in the popular 35mm, 120, and sheet film sizes is still widely available.
Indeed, you can no longer buy, say, a Hasselblad 500C with 80mm f/2.8 Zeiss Planar lens on eBay for $400, as you could in 2007 or 2008 when everyone was dumping...
Via NY Daily News
The feds are looking to put the f-stop to alleged unfair labor practices at one of New York’s most iconic stores.
A discrimination lawsuit filed by the Department of Labor could cost Midtown photography giant B&H $46 million in federal contracts.
The complaint, filed late Wednesday with DOL’s Office of Administrative Law Judges, alleges the company harassed and discriminated against Hispanic workers at its Brooklyn warehouses.
If B&H loses the case, its federal contracts could be at risk, and it could be barred from winning new ones in the future.
"Ever wonder why you may look prettier in some photos and uglier in others, even with the
same smile and the same lighting? It's all about the camera lens.
These portraits—taken by Stephen Eastwood—show how this works.
Many of us creatives who have been using computer programs like Photoshop and Cinema 4d know the value of keyboard shortcuts to save time and meet deadlines. Well you're in luck a new team on the website github launched a prototype of a "Keyboard Shortcut Mapper" thats programmable for any application. To check it out Visit this Link
IS A HARVARD STUDENT BRINGING DOWN THE BEAUTY INDUSTRY?
Grace Choi invented a 3D makeup printer that's about to take the beauty industry by storm.
Is the $55 billion dollar makeup industry about to be taken down by a Harvard Business student? According to Business Insider, Grace Choi has developed an at-home 3D makeup printer which has the capability to print out eye shadow, blush and lip colors in the same FDA-approved ink used by makeup companies. The outspoken Choi's research was based around one principle: color, "The makeup industry...charges a huge premium on something that tech provides...
The Calculations option is a hidden gem, unknown to many Photoshop users, that helps to remove models more easily from backgrounds for composite images.
This can be found in the Image options and effectively combines two channels into a new Alpha channel.
Once inside the Calculations dialog box there are some familiar settings you should activate. You’ll discover there are two sources. In nearly all cases set the first Source 1 Channel to Red and the Source 2 Channel to Blue. Inverting the Blue channel will clearly define the hair from the backdrop, which is ultimately what you want.
Cameron Russell admits she won "a genetic lottery": she's tall, pretty and an underwear model. But don't judge her by her looks. In this fearless talk, she takes a wry look at the industry that had her looking highly seductive at barely 16-years-old.