Black & White Model Photography: Techniques & Images

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Amherst Media, 1998 - Photography - 128 pages
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Working image by image, the author reveals the technical and compositional techniques integral to this dramatic and sensual style of black-and-white model photography. Examples and diagrams illustrate artificial lighting techniques for both indoor and outdoor settings, and helpful advice is included for using sunlight to create soft, natural effects. Photographic examples illustrate the importance of setting and composition, as well as how to make the most of every model's assets, whether shooting nudes, semi-nude, or clothed images. The importance of creating a comfortable and relaxed environment when working with models and practical tips for producing the perfect black and white photo are discussed.

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About the author (1998)

Bill Lemon is a professional model and fashion photographer whose work has been featured in "Bride, Commercial Image, "and" Studio Photography" magazines. He is the author of "Beauty Photography" and "Black & White Model Photography," He lives in Novato, California.

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