Glamor Fashion Photography
Glamor fashion photography is generally very soft, eliminating all harsh shadows, lines and blemishes from the model's face, and a blurred effect is often used to soften the photo even more. Discover how glamor photography is created with information from a professional art and commercial photographer in this free video on photography.
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Hi, I'm Rebecca Guenther with www.M5A1Photography.com, and I'm going to talk to you a little bit about glamor fashion photography. In glamor, it's generally desired to have a very soft look. It's used to photograph all age ranges, generally females, although occasionally males, and it's to create a very dreamy. sort of really soft look. So, what you want to to is you want to make sure that your lighting is super-duper soft, that there are no harsh shadows, and that you can't see the lines or any blemishes on the model's face, and generally it will end up with putting some sort of soft blurred effect over it and then taking it back from the eyes so the eyes remain sharp. And there's also usually some sort of a halo around the edges of the picture that make it look even dreamier and lighter and softer. The biggest key here is that glamor is to make everybody look good, and that's the goal. And that's a little bit about glamor fashion photography.