Tweet Since my transition into digital photography, I have always strived for a consistent workflow. Just as with film, all my images needed to have the same consistent look and feel to them. At first, this was quite challenging due to the limitations of the tools that were available to digital photographers, and at the […]Tags: advertising, color management, fashion, lighting, location, photography, studio, xrite
After the last two articles it came down to this – intent. Photography with intent was beautifully illuminated in “The 36 Exposures Challenge.” When I stumbled upon this, I thought, what a great idea!
I can only imagine what it’s like now — going to Milan or Paris like we did back in the day and knocking on Vogue’s door. Can you imagine Franca Sozzani or Ariela Goggi saying back then, Send me your link and we’ll take a look. -Jeff BerlinTags: advertising photography, beauty photography, editorial photography, famous photographer, magazine photography, vogue magazine
During this interview I surprised myself, realizing what I could have witnessed firsthand during my years in photography world. This decade has seen a great evolution in how we create photographs, most notably film vs. digital. Photographers state they are “going back to film” while others sing the praises of digital and what can be done in post production. At times I feel like I am straddling the 38th parallel in this debate because I am, and always will be, a double agent.Tags: advertising photography, fashion photography, magazine photography, model portfolios, modeling photography, photography workshop, private photography instruction