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Photo Editing: Adam Lerner’s Vision

March 24th, 2014

by Hong Le Adam Lerner is drawn to shooting people in their environment. Whether it’s a portrait shoot or fashion shoot, he has a unique way of letting the viewer into his subjects’ world. Although Adam’s site is chock full of beautiful portraiture and fashion work, he was showing too much. He came to me for help with a web edit that would present his …

Fashion and Studio Art

February 25th, 2014

by Liz Ream Recently, San Francisco-based fashion and beauty photographer Samantha Wolov dove into a fashion story that’s a bit different from the work she normally does. Utilizing her studio art background, Samantha played with pastels, paint pens, gels and ink pens to produce some eye-catching images. Although it began as a fun project, it’s now on newstands, running in the Australian fashion magazine Culture. …

Cinematic Photography: Private Eyes

January 23rd, 2014

by Liz Ream Cade Martin describes his photographic style as “cinematic,” which certainly falls in line with his most recent editorial fashion project “Private Eyes” for Genlux. Cade had been in touch with Genlux creative director Stephen Kamifuji for the past year and finally decided to harness his love for old film noirs through this shoot. The project was photographed in Harlem over one day …

New York Diary: Condé Nast Traveler, Food Network, All You

September 26th, 2013

by Elyse Leyenberger Last Thursday, I arrived bright and early at photo editor Sean Stone’s house for my first New York City portfolio adventure. We cruised up the New Jersey Turnpike with our rental car chock full of portfolios, graced by the sweet sounds of classic rock XM radio. Arriving safely in Times Square, we stacked our dolly with books and prepared for a great …

Elevated Risks

January 2nd, 2013

by Maria Luci Recently, Sharp for Men‘s fashion editor, Luke Langsdale, contacted UK-photographer Ross Woodhall about wo very unique and fairly simple shoots, that eventually turned into a single breathtaking project. One was an outdoor assignment, highlighting gear and outdoor clothing while the other was an indoor shoot for evening wear. Then there was a change of plans, and the two shoots melded into one …

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