Be inspired by this month’s magical diversity of images from the sentimental storytelling of the great Bella Kotak to the fairytale inner-child of Irina Dzhul.
Included in this issue is Giselle Natassia's twist of glamour photography with a cultural blend. In this project, Natassia collaborated with a talented team of artists and models, featuring one of Asia’s Top Model Season 5 finalists, Dorothy Petzold.
On the cover, Shawn Negri gives us his tips on the combination of speedlights, props, costume and a simplistic background to achieve a dramatic yet realistic outcome of a rockstar-looking Merman.
I used a little bedside table that I purchased from Ikea (specifically, a table from the LACK series). The table is inexpensive, easy to handle, and is very light.
As the cover of Issue 52, JP Stones provides guidelines on how to conceptualise, strategise and execute photos depicting the early lives of the Aztec People in South America.
Taking his inspiration from popular films and cosplay characters, Antti Karpinnen shows us his simple approach on using a versatile two-light setup to produce cinematic portraits.
One way to let your model exude beauty is by using a light source that fills subtly - one that creates interesting catchlights, which are the rudimentary features of the oddly shaped crescent tool, we called the ring flash.
As we open the year with the theme Spring, Issue 48 features the latest installment of Michael Zelbel's article, Layers.
Two questions, that I both answered on SnapChat. Because the other platforms would not want to show pages from my books that show nudes.
While High Speed Sync (HSS) is a feature every strobist is familiar with, many are oblivious on how to fully take advantage of the technology.