Garage Glamour: Digital Nude and Beauty Photography Made Simple

Garage Glamour: Digital Nude and Beauty Photography Made Simple
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Garage Glamour: Digital Nude and Beauty Photography Made Simple



by Rolando Gomez



Publisher: Amherst Media, Inc. (May 28, 2006)



Book Description Publication Date: May 28, 2006 Nude and beauty photographers can find the invaluable high-impact techniques in this exhaustively illustrated manual that covers everything from compositional tips for clothing, accessories, and poses to more technical challenges such as lighting, lens selection, and exposure, demonstrating how to produce stunning, world-class images using minimal equipment without accruing a burdening investment. Beginning with the Four S's of glamour photography (sexiness, sultriness, sensuality, and seductiveness), amateurs and professionals alike are shown new ways to achieve beautiful shots, with additional tips on working with models that include methods for accentuating assets while minimizing flaws and initiating comfortable working relationships. Photographers are also shown how to turn their hobby into a successful career, or enhance the productivity and income of an existing business by honing marketing and advertising skills and mastering the art of generating business by referral. Based on the author's popular website (www.garageglamour.com), this guide offers helpful instruction to creating glamorous, sexy images like those seen in Playboy, Maxim, and other men's magazines. Editorial Reviews Review "Address[es] many of the issues presented to the glamour photographer, from basic composition to posing and lighting techniques." °™Amateur Photographer About the Author Rolando Gomezis a photojournalist and editorial photographer--whose partial credits include AOL/CompuServe, "Leica World," St. Martin's Press, "PARADE," "People, New York Times," and "Playboy"--and a contributing editor for "Studio."""He is a "Lighting Ma