Model photography may seem like a glamorous job, but it’s definitely filled with an array of road bumps that can trip up even the most seasoned pro or savvy businessperson. If you’ve ever wished you had a mentor to take along for the ridesomeone who can help you navigate the pitfalls and rise to new artistic and financial heightsyou’ve found your hero in Ric Young. Ric’s one-size-fits-all book offers something for everyone. Broken into eight sections(1) models, (2) doing more with your camera, (3) Lighting, (4) Ideas, Themes, and Assignments, (5) Marketing and PR, (6) Art Tips, (7) Miscellaneous Tips, and (8) User-Submitted Ideas, no topic is untouched. The book is organized with ease-of-use in mind; there is no real start or finish. You can start right at page one and progress in a linear matter, flip to any page, or focus only on the topics that appeal to you most!
|Publisher:||Amherst Media, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||7.40(w) x 9.80(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Richard Young is a professional photographer based in Las Vegas, NV, who specializes in fine-art, fashion, glamour, and portrait photography. His career has taken him around the country, working on assignment and teaching his methods to other aspiring professionals. Richard’s images have appeared in Maxim magazine, USA Today, Gaming Today magazine, and a variety of other print and Internet-based publications. He has also created commercial images for some of the world’s most luxurious casinos and resorts and photographed a variety of celebrities, including Diana Ross and Mary J. Blige. He is the author of Create Erotic Photography (Amherst Media, 2013). To see more, visit www.theartoferotica.com. You can also e-mail Ric at email@example.com.
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The Big Book of Glamour: 200 Secrets for Easier, Quicker and More Dynamic Photography based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
There is definitely a ton of info in this book. There are 200 tips just like the cover says and they cover pretty much everything from working with nude models to lighting to the business side of things and a bunch more. Almost all of the tips can be applied to other areas of photography as well but the book is geared toward nude photography.