Vogue.com


I use to buy a couple of Fashion magazines a month to look over articles and specially the photography, the editorials, famous photographers as Steve Meisel or Mario Testino, etc

But here I found that the magazines where sometimes too expensive, around $8 each, and that I have no space at the apartment where to left them or their pictures. In Barcelona I have all of them safe and ordered and the best pictures hanging on my wall.

That’s why I started being a fan of  Vogue.com, especially Vogue.com/magazine. You can find videos of the shootings, slideshow with the best images, articles, etc

I would recommend to spend at least ten minutes if you have them, is worth it.

My favorites this week are: (the links of the images goes to the slideshow where you can find all the pictures)
Emma Stone

Photographer: Norman Jean Roy

Photographer:Mario Testino

Anne Hathaway

There’s a good behind the scene video if anyone is curious. http://www.vogue.com/videos/anne-hathaway/

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Reese Witherspoon for Vogue


For the May 2011 issue of Vogue, photographer Peter Lindbergh pulled out all the stops, bringing one of today’s biggest modern day movie stars to the circus!

Promoting her new movie, Water for Elephants where Reese acts with Robert Pattinson.

Mix Reese Witherspoon, Dolce&Gabbana dresses, Peter Lindbergh and an elephant and you that’s what you are getting: beautiful pictures of Resse where in most of them the elephant seems more comfortable than her. Must be the shoes.

Although the light and the colors of the images are not that bad, Peter Lindbergh always makes a good job with lights.

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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.

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.

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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