Portrait Wednesday: Boudoir Photography with Pam
Dec13

Portrait Wednesday: Boudoir Photography with Pam

With Wordy Wednesdays running for so many years I thought it was time for a change and inspired by Gary Bernstein’s 1988 book Burning Cold decided to see how many Wednesdays I could publish a different portrait of the same model, in this case Pamela Simpson. Over the next who knows how many weeks I’ll be show-casing a diff-erent image of her that was made over the five years I’ve work-ed with Pam show-ing her many, many...

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Turn Your Home Into a Studio
Aug08

Turn Your Home Into a Studio

“The subject must be thought of in terms of the 20th century, of houses he lives in and places he works, in terms of the kind of light the windows in these places let through and by which we see him every day.”—Arnold Newman I don’t have a standalone studio. In the somewhat distant past, I had one but for the past twenty years I’ve made all my portraits on location, in my home or in the last five year a 11×15-foot home studio....

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Where Do I Find Glamour Models?
May26

Where Do I Find Glamour Models?

One question that I’m often asked by readers of this blog is “Where do I find models for my glamour photography?” Over the years that I’ve been photographing models for lighting equipment reviews in Shutterbug and for this blog, I have discovered that finding glamour models is as easy or difficult as you want to make it. If you work at it methodically, you will discover that really good models will find you. While it...

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