“In my recent trip to Spain I’ve tested the Sony RX-1, Spain is an amazing place for photography, there’s always something going on the streets.
The RX1 is a very interesting small size wide-angle fixed lens camera, actually the total opposite of a what a studio photographer uses, I’m so used to big heavy cameras and having a choice of a wide choice of lenses.
For me was very cool been able to carry a full frame camera everywhere, I was “loaded” all the time and working with only one lens only was fun and challenging, I was forced to work with a much wider angle and include more of the surroundings, actually the human form (what is my main subject in my beauty and fashion work) became secondary but not less important because you always need it to tell the story.
I was really impressed with how easy and fast I was able to shoot, “real” under/over exposure button next to your thumb and aperture ring that you can change your f/stop without going through 3-4 menus was very refreshing, b ...
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PDN article by Barbara Goldman
Here's a clever idea: Create a campaign without showing the product. May sound a little crazy but fashion photographer Caesar Lima can be credited for the inspiration and 100 percent conceptual approach for the latest campaign for client Taste Clothing. When it comes to creating a youthful and fashionable look, Taste Clothing is known for combining distinctive stitching, stones and flocking in various combinations. They have strikingly designed lines that feature dynamic and brilliantly colorful and abstract images. Their apparel is a fusion of musical inspiration with eye-popping visuals. They even refer to their creations as "Art to Wear."
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