Yves Saint Lauren vs Classic Art


This advertisement campaign of Yves Saint Lauren from 1999 , shot by Mario Sorrenti, it sticks closely to some great classical paintings The original paintings are included alongside the shots for your delight.

Le Déjeuner sur l’herbe by Edouard Manet, 1862

Gabrielle d’Estrées et une de ses soeurs, Unknown artist, 1594

Jeune homme nu assis au bord de la mer by Hippolyte Flandrin, 1836


Olympia by Manet, 1863

Le sommeil by Courbet, 1866

Venus au miroir by Velazquez, 1649-51

Le verrou by Fragonard, 1780

Madeleine à la Veilleuse, Georges de La Tour, 1776-1780

Mona Lisa, Leonardo Da Vinci, 1504-1518

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Daily Inspiration – Black and White


I’ve never been a huge fan of black and white, I use it in some pictures but a lot of times I still get impress about the power, the energy it can give to a photo.

RoadKill

Philip Klinger

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What’s the story Morning Glory¿?


New Portraits pictures, the light was really diffuse and she was been working for a couple of hours, so we sit on the set and started taking pictures. I never worked with this background and in black and white it actually worked pretty well.

Model:Britt Lower

Makeup artist:Emmanuel García

 

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Yikes


Been really busy the last few weeks, so I wasn’t able to upload the last photo shoots I did. I’m working on my new webpage, hope it will be finished soon.

Let me introduces to you Elerrey. I liked to work with her because she has a strong personality and marked expression that I found fits perfectly with her red hair.

As always, thanks for stopping by and don’t hestiate on leaving comments! 🙂

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Dramatism


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The other day I was looking through some videos of masters in photography, some interviews and I caught one of Ralph Gisbon.

Ralph Gisbon is a known photographer of portraits and life, his images are controversial, full of dramatist, movement and life. His portraits are addictive and sometimes you can feel embarrassed but you cannot stop looking at them, they have a lot of power.

In this video, you can see it beneath, he answers question about his photography, how he started, why he shoot in film, who admires, etc but the answer that got me was when the interviewer asked him why he shoot in black and white.

He could have answered that because he likes, because it creates tension and contrast, but his answer really get my think:

Keep reading to see the video and my own images!

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Beauty


More fashion Pictures i edited the last days, here the model is Rennie Sweeney and the makeup artist is Emmanuel García.

I’m still not getting used to the beauty pictures actually, I think they aren’t what I expected or maybe I wasn’t able to get the best out of them, i will have to work harder with models.

Probably next time I would get closer… I think that I could bring some power to the image because it looks too much perfect. ..

What do you think?

Model:Rennie Sweeney - Makeup Artist: Emmanuel García

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Red Paris


Second beauty shoot I did in New York, I’m getting stucked with the edition process.

The makeup artist is Emmanuel García and the model Laura Volpacchio, I tried to get a brutal red in the picture and keep the soft light it has.

What do you think?

Model: Laura Volpacchio - Makeup Artist: Emanuel Garcia

 

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She’s a super hero


I did a beauty shoot last tuesday with a really beautiful models and a great makeup artist.

In this serie the model is Laura Volpacchio and the makeup artist is Emanuel Garcia.

The edition is quite Sin City style, I thought it really fits with her.

Check the pictures and tell me what you think!

 

Model: Laura Volpacchio - Makeup Artist: Emanuel Garcia

 

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Rainbow


I did a beauty shoot last tuesday with a really beautiful models and a great makeup artist.

In this serie the model is Joanne F.Dedabide and the makeup artist is Emanuel Garcia, it was apleasure to work with them.

Check the pictures and tell me what you think!

Model:Joanne F.Dedabide - Makeup Artist:Emanuel Garcia

Model:Joanne F.Dedabide - Makeup Artist:Emanuel Garcia

Model:Joanne F.Dedabide - Makeup Artist:Emanuel Garcia

Model:Joanne F.Dedabide - Makeup Artist:Emanuel Garcia

I did a Black and White version of this image, is quite out of the look of the shoot but I like it how it turned out, you can check it in my Flickr account:

Model:Joanne F.Dedabide - Makeup Artist:Emanuel Garcia

And as and ending a picture of Joanne and Laura Zaporojan, they look lovely.

Model:Laura Zaporojan and Joanne F.Dedabide - Makeup Artist:Emanuel Garcia

Colourful Surrealism


Mirando algunos fotógrafos por internet he encontrado a Greg Kadel, un fotógrafo de moda que trabaja sobre todo para la revista Número y para diferentes publicaciones de Vogue.

Su trabajo me ha llamado la atención al fijarme en las modelos, sus poses y gestos son en cada foto perfectos y estudiados hasta el mínimo detalle sin que parezcan forzados. Las poses, gestos y expresiones de una modelo tienen mucho peso en una imagen y muchas veces se nos olvida lo difícil que es conseguir la perfecta expresión o decirle a la modelo como debe moverse y actuar para que la sesión resulte satisfactoria.

Greg Kadel es un ejemplo de cómo la práctica y el ingenio pueden hacer que los modelos den lo mejor de sí mismos.

Os recomiendo que echéis un vistazo a su página y también a sus videos, son una fuente de inspiración asegurada.

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Looking some pictures on the internet I found Greg Kadel, a fashion photographer who works mainly for the magazine “Número” and different publications of Vogue.

His work has caught my attention for the models, their poses and gestures are perfect and studied in each photo to the smallest detail without looking unnatural. The poses, gestures and expressions of a model can have a heavy weigh on images and sometimes we forget how hard it is to get the perfect expression or tell models how they should move and act for the session is satisfactory.

Greg Kadel is an example of how practice and ingenuity can make models give the best of them.

I recommend taking a look at his page and also his videos; they are a source of secure inspiration.

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copyright © 2010 greg kadel studios. all rights reserved.

copyright © 2010 greg kadel studios. all rights reserved.

copyright © 2010 greg kadel studios. all rights reserved.

copyright © 2010 greg kadel studios. all rights reserved.

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copyright © 2010 greg kadel studios. all rights reserved.

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