Modern glamour

April 2014
Digital SLR Photography;Apr2014, Issue 89, p76
The article offers a guide on taking shots described as new glamour which makes the most of the subject's sex appeal. It discusses the lighting set-up, the types of models to use, and how to pose the model. Insight from professional photographer Tom Calton is presented wherein he talks about shooting against a wall in a corner, exuding sex appeal through expression, and the type of model to be used.


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