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  1. 1. Jamie Haire Idea Book
  2. 2. Table of Contents Photography Portrait and Fine Art Photography 3 Fine Art Inspiration 4 Lighting and Location 11 Marketing 18 Posing 25 Post-Processing Ideas 32 Props, Wardrobe, and Makeup Ideas 39 References 46
  3. 3. Photography- Portrait and Fine Art Photography Portrait Photography is one of the things I like best about photography. This type of photography takes people and places them in controlled environments with various lighting set ups and props, wardrobe, and makeup choices. The photographer poses the subject and chooses camera settings and compositions to create a flattering, attractive image of their subject. I enjoy being able to capture the emotions and relationships of my subjects. I love how different people are- how their hair and eye colors and skin tones and everything else about them are completely unique. I like to capture my subjects in natural light in relaxed settings, with informal or formal posing. I enjoy maternity, new born, family, senior, and glamor portraits. I have also worked with studio lighting, and hope to experiment with that more in the future. There is something really wonderful about getting just the right pose and the right connection between the subject and the camera. I love hearing subjects comment on how their images look to them, and how having their photograph taken makes the subject feel. I want my subjects to feel good about themselves, to feel special. I think portrait photography can do that. It takes skill and practice, and I am very much looking forward to the practice part. I also hope to specialize in fine art portraits, which include artistic elements, such as story-telling, compositing, special post-production techniques, and specific makeup and wardrobe choices, as well as often using models. Fine art photography is something I really love, because I love the creativity and freedom of expression it allows. I love stories, and fine art photography is an excellent way of telling stories. When combining fine art with portraiture, the photographer can create portraits which are beautiful works of art which the client would feel proud to hang on their walls. 3
  4. 4. Fine Art Inspiration Fine art photography allows photographers to create art with their photographs. The photographer can come up with a concept (conceptual photography) or a theme, or choose a metaphor or message which they might want to convey with the image. They can use models or just props, or a combination of those, as well as choosing the other elements of the scene, including location, lighting, time of day (or night), time of year, mood, wardrobe, makeup, and a variety of other things which will combine to create their image. The images do not always have to be from one photograph. Sometimes photographers will create composites of several images to create their art. In this folder, I will collect images from other fine art photographers which inspire me. I will be looking for images whose theme, overall look, compositional elements, mood, and subject matter appeal to me. I will probably focus on composite images, because I want to learn more about creating composites, and I love that composites make so many impossible things possible, like people flying, or objects levitating, or fairies and other fantastical things. The possibilities are really endless. I hope to include photographs by Brooke Shaden and Ashley Lebedev. These two photographers are my favorite fine art photographers, but I will also be open to the work of others. I prefer fantasy images, but am open to seeing more surreal images. I will also include any images which really speak to me, for whatever reason. I think that if I collect inspiring fine art photographs, then I can start to understand what I personally like and apply that to my own work. 4
  5. 5. “Lith,” “Faerieland” Series, Ashley Lebedev This image is from the Faerieland Series, by Ashley Lebedev. I chose this image because I love the soft lighting and colors, the intricate hair design, and the post-processing technique that was used. The image has a very soft, muted appearance, as if the subject were being seen through mist. I love the delicate pose, and I love that the subject is a faery. To me, fine art opens a world of possibilities, and things that are not real can be created in fine art photographs. 5
  6. 6. “Capturing Inspiration” by Brooke Shaden This image is by photographer Brooke Shaden. She is a conceptual fine art photographer. Her images are really inspiring to me because they capture impossible things, like people levitating, ships floating, and people with multiple limbs or heads. This particular image is inspiring to me because it is impossible, but she made a train come through the wall. It’s like a daydream that she photographed. She uses compositing to create these images. Every element in the photo blends well together and looks realistic. 6
  7. 7. “Eye of the Storm,” by Ed King I love the contrast of this black and white image. I also love how the rocks and the clouds seem to draw the eye to the center of the image, as if the viewer were being sucked into it. I also like the choice of shutter speed used to create the milky look of the water. 7
  8. 8. Martin Henson Photography, “Morning Rays” Unfortunately this image was too small to show up clearly after I enlarged it, but here is the link to the original image: http://www.martinhensonphotography.co.uk /early-morning-rays I chose this image because I love the black and white and the quality of the light as it shines out from behind the tree. I can’t get enough of this sort of light, and I can imagine it was beautiful in color, too. 8
  9. 9. Fine Art Portraits This is an example of a fine art styled portrait. I chose this example because I love portraits and fine art, and this image is an example of how to blend the two. I love the dramatic lighting and the focus. 9
  10. 10. Fine Art Portraits This is another example of a fine art portrait. I love this one because it really reminds me of old glass-plate prints. The focus is really narrow, and I love the black and white. 10
  11. 11. Lighting and Location Lighting is an essential element of photography. Knowing the direction and intensity of light can really make or break a photograph. I personally prefer natural light to studio lighting. I think that with studio lighting it is nearly impossible to get natural- looking light. I am sure that with practice and skill, photographers can recreate natural light in the studio. This is an are where I am weak. I really need to work on studio lighting, just to have that skill, because sometimes shooting outside is not possible, and I would not want to have to cancel a shoot. In this folder, I will be collecting images of both natural lighting and studio lighting techniques. I will try to collect both articles and images. Images with excellent lighting can be really inspiring for me, and I hope to find some images with lighting that I would like to emulate in my own work. I will try to find articles on lighting techniques and how to modify light, different lighting set ups, and outdoor lighting for specific times of year. In addition to lighting, I will also search for images with locations that I find appealing, as well as looking up location scouting sites. These sites find locations for photographers based on certain criteria, usually for a fee. There can also be a fee for using the location, such as in a private home or a park. I will also try to find information on locations from other photographers through messaging boards, and collect images of locations that I hope to use in my own work. 11
  12. 12. Sue Bryce Photography This photograph was taken by Sue Bryce, an Australian glamour photographer who uses natural light. I chose this image because I prefer natural light. I think it is gorgeous. This image is an example of natural light in indoor portrait photography. I love how sunny the image looks. Sue Bryce uses large pieces of polystyrene as reflectors for fill. They are cheap and very effective. 12
  13. 13. Taylor McCutchan Photography I found this image by searching for natural light portraits on Google. The image is from Taylor McCutchan’s Flickr stream. I love this portrait for both it’s location and lighting. I love fields, because they provide really interesting texture and color. The light in this image looks like sunset, which casts a golden tone over the image and creates a really warm feeling. 13
  14. 14. Lighting: Hollywood Glamour This is a portrait of actress Myrna Loy. I chose it for the dramatic lighting. The light on her hair really stands out and is typical of old Hollywood portraits. I would love to do a vintage-themed image similar to this as a specialty item. 14
  15. 15. Locations: Abandoned Buildings I love old buildings as locations for portrait shoots. This particular building has gorgeous architectural details. The window is huge and beautiful, and lets in tons of natural light. As a natural light portrait photographer, this is really important to me. I love the idea of people in fine clothes in forgotten locations. The contrast between clean and new and the broken down building is really interesting. 15
  16. 16. Barns I love barns for many reasons. They can be old or new, and have a variety of textures. They filter light by allowing light in where there are doors and windows and blocking it in other areas. There are many options for framing the subject, such as doors, stalls, and windows. They have a nice rustic look, and that can work for many clients. 16
  17. 17. Trees and Sunlight I like forests as a location idea because they add vertical elements to the image and they filter the light and can create really interesting rays of light. I have seen some nice images of subjects standing among tall trees, and the trees and the subject all being vertical looked really interesting. 17
  18. 18. Marketing Marketing is a huge part of becoming successful as a photographer. There are many areas of marketing to consider. When I think of marketing, I think of things like websites, logos, names, branding, advertising, and different ways to create a unique style and sell that to potential clients. In this folder, I will search for images of marketing ideas that I like, such as websites, logos, color themes, and marketing products such as magnets, pens, calendars, post cards, and promotional items that can be given away as a bonus with orders. There are a lot of different ways to promote one’s business. I really like the idea of mailing put postcards or promotional cards, or even pamphlets. Also, social media sites and online advertising can be good for marketing. Facebook and 500px are examples of online resources for photographers which can promote their work and introduce them to new clients. Mostly, though, I think I will be focusing on examples of fonts and logos, color combinations, and different styles of brands which I like. In addition to these items, I will search for examples of resumes and cover letters that I think look nice and would be effective if I were to use them when applying for a job in a photographic position. All of these things are really important to having a successful studio, and can also be applied to fine art photography. 18
  19. 19. Business Luxe Cards by Miller’s Lab I chose this as an example of one of the marketing items I would love to use for my own business. Regular rectangular business cards seem boring to me, and I find that unique items such as this leave a more lasting impression. I love the shape, the design, and the options of putting multiple images on the card and choosing paper type, such as linen or pearl. 19
  20. 20. Packaging Ideas I was searching for clever, eye- catching packaging products on Google and came across this image. I am not a fan of the color choices, but I love the idea of hand-made packaging. I think it shows dedication and shows that you put a lot of thought into it. I could get plain boxes as shown in the image and choose paper, ribbon, and other embellishments to add, and I could also get a custom stamp so I could stamp each box with my business logo. It would take time to make it myself but it could save money in the long run. Plus, I love craft projects. 20
  21. 21. The Complete Package This is a great example of a photo package. This one includes a CD in a custom case, a thank-you note, a gift of chocolates, and another surprise gift. I would love to do something similar, but with more of the rustic, eco-friendly look that I like. I would include a small pouch or envelope with free wallet-sized prints with my information on the back for marketing, and if the customer ordered prints I would put them in an envelope that matched the rest of the packaging. 21
  22. 22. Address Labels from Miller’s Lab This image shows custom address labels from Miller’s Lab. These labels can make your mail really stand out and have a custom look. Customers will notice right away, and it helps to tie your brand together when all of your items (such as stationary, packaging, and envelopes) match. 22
  23. 23. Canvas and Business Cards I really liked the idea of putting a canvas print on display and setting out business cards right next to it, as shown in the picture here. One could also place pamphlets and coupons with the business cards, so potential customers can see what services you offer and get an idea of price, and the coupon would be a way of drawing customers in. 23
  24. 24. Promo Cards These promo cards are very nice because they feature a large, full-color image on the front. The caption is nice and catches the viewers’ interest. On the back of the card I would include all of my contact information and my website. 24
  25. 25. Posing Posing is incredibly important for portrait photography. It is something which I really need to work on, and finding examples of poses that I like will be extremely helpful to me in a portrait photography career. When I have done portraits in the past, I have usually tried to think of poses that I have seen before that I liked. In this folder, I will include images of a variety of poses for a variety of subjects. I will find images for posing children, newborns, and maternity poses, as well as group poses for family portraits. In addition, I will search for poses specific to glamor portraits, because I feel these can be carried over to fine art portraits. I will also include gender-specific poses to find the poses which are most flattering to male or female subjects, as well as poses for both seated and standing subjects. I also hope to find poses by body type, because not everyone looks good in the same pose, so I will need to be able to adapt and find a way to pose any body type in a flattering way. I will search for images with poses that I like, but I will also look for guides for posing, which might be found on photography sites. 25
  26. 26. Fun Family Posing I chose this example for my idea book because I really love seeing family photos where the family looks like they are having fun, rather than suffering through a formal pose. I love the idea of finding fun backgrounds and interacting with the location, as shown here. I think this pose could be adapted for any location and is a good idea for future family sessions. 26
  27. 27. Almost Formal Family Posing This image is a great example of a more formal family pose than the last example. It is not completely formal, though, because some of the family is sitting and others are standing. I notice in most formal family portraits that the subjects are almost always lined up in rows, and everyone is either sitting or standing. The mixture of positions, and the fact that some of the family is in closer to the camera and some behind other family members, adds a lot more depth and interest to the image. 27
  28. 28. Posing for Curves This set of images was taken by photographer Sue Bryce in order to show how to pose a curvy woman in the most flattering way. It shows the difference between poor posing and excellent posing, and the last two images are very slimming. I think a lot of women are self-conscious of their figures, and knowing how to pose like this would really make them feel great about themselves, which in turn will make them love your photography! 28
  29. 29. Creating an Hourglass Waist This is another set of images originally taken by Sue Bryce. The images show the effect of hand placement in creating an hourglass waist. This is another slimming trick for curvy women. 29
  30. 30. Poses for Seniors This is a collection of various posing ideas for senior portraits. The hands are very graceful, and I like the arm over the head because it frames the face well. The image with the tree branches is interesting because she is interacting with her surroundings, and the branches lead in to the subject. 30
  31. 31. Poses for Seniors This is a collection of images showing fun posing ideas for senior portraits. I like the playful look of these poses. I don’t like that her arm is crossed over her chest because it seems to distract from her face a bit, but I like the graceful hands and the kicked out leg. 31
  32. 32. Post-Processing Ideas Post-processing is an area of weakness for me. It is important for portrait photography, because it refines the images and can make the difference between a boring photo and a spectacular one. It is incredibly important to fine art photography, especially composites. I only know the basics of post-processing with Lightroom and Photoshop. In this folder, I will search for images which have been edited with programs like Photoshop. I will choose images whose overall look appeals to me. What I mean by that is the overall look after the image has gone through post-processing. I will also try to find before and after images to show how post-processing can change an image. I will search for a variety of images which have had “actions” applied to them, and hopefully I will be able to find one image which has several edited versions. This will help me get an idea of which types of post-processing I find appealing, and which types work best for certain types of photographs, such as newborn photography, family portraits, or glamor portraits. Seeing the images with post-processing is only one part of learning about it, so I also hope to find how-to guides on post-processing, and will try to find images or perhaps take screen captures of websites which have instructions for post-processing. 32
  33. 33. Soft and Warm There is something really appealing about the post-processing technique used on this photography. I love how soft it looks, and the warm tones. The whole image looks a little muted, which is similar to the example of fine art photography that I posted by Ashley Lebedev of Bottle Bell Photography. It’s dreamy, and I would love to learn this technique for use in my female portraits, as well as children’s portraits. 33
  34. 34. Antique Post- Processing, Walter Iooss I love anything antique, especially 1930’s and prior. I really love the look of old glass negatives, and I have wanted to learn how to create that look with digital photography. I hope to be able to use that style with modern portraits. I love the vignette, the texture of the emulsion border, and how in- focus the subjects are, while the rest of the image seems blurry (not quite like traditional bokeh; different, somehow). Adam Virgo & John Kennedy, Celtic Club, Glasgow, 2006 34
  35. 35. Soft and Creamy I love the soft and creamy look of this Photoshop action from michellekanephotography.com. This is a very dreamy look and would work nicely for many family or individual portraits. There are so many options for color images, and this is one of my favorite looks. 35
  36. 36. Faded Black and White This is the same image as the previous one, but with a soft black and white action applied to the photo. I love black and white photography, and for portraits this works really nicely. No details are lost and the contrast is not too high. 36
  37. 37. Fine Art Film Preset This is a preset from prettypresets.com. I like presets for Lightroom because I can adjust things and customize the look without having to do all of the work from scratch. This look is very nice for both portraits and fine art photography. 37
  38. 38. Summer Sky Preset This is another preset from prettypresets.com which was in the fine art collection. I think this type of preset would work well for fine art portraits and glamour portraits. I do not personally like it for children, because I think of children as vibrant and full of life, and the dull colors here don’t work for that. But for portraits with a serious tone, this preset is very nice. 38
  39. 39. Props, Wardrobe, and Makeup Ideas In this folder I will be collecting images of potential props to be used for both portrait and fine art photography. I have rarely used props, so finding images with props will help me get an idea of how they are used in photography. I will also be collecting images with models wearing different outfits, so that I can have a variety of ideas for wardrobe pieces to use in my own photography. I think the wardrobe really depends on the image and the idea behind the image, so I will try to find examples that suit fine art photography and portrait photography. Often in family portraits, the photographer will have subjects coordinate their outfits, either by matching outfits or color schemes. I will find examples of this and other family portraits that have wardrobes that I like. In addition to props and wardrobe, I will search for images of models wearing makeup. There are so many styles of makeup, and I hope to find images of styles that appeal to me. I want to collect images of makeup that gives a different look for each subject, such as a fresh-faced innocent look, a glamorous look, a dramatic look, and for fine art I will look for makeup which can convey sadness, tiredness, and fantasy elements, such as making a person appear otherworldly. 39
  40. 40. Prop #1: Umbrellas I love umbrellas as props. I love the rain, so that is my main reason for loving umbrellas. But umbrellas can be plain black, lacey, clear, or they can have fun patterns like polka dots or rainbows. Umbrellas can be used for solemn portraits or for fun portraits. They can be used as intended or as conceptual props such as can be seen in my example image. I love this image because of the whole concept, but I chose it for it’s creative use of the prop. 40
  41. 41. Wardrobe #1 I chose this item as my first idea for wardrobe. I love vintage items, and as I stated earlier, I want to incorporate that into my photography. Using vintage dresses is a great way to do that, and they can add visual interest to the images. I think I would use vintage dresses more in my fine art photography, but would love to do portraits of people in vintage clothes. 41
  42. 42. Vintage Sofas I chose this image of a vintage sofa because they are really popular props right now. They can be used in glamour portraits, children’s portraits, senior portraits, pet portraits, or any number of other portraits. I would love to use one for a vintage-themed portrait in the style of old Hollywood glamour. 42
  43. 43. Crowns I chose this prop because it is adorable for children’s portraits. It is whimsical with a fairytale flair, and it doubles as a wardrobe item. I have seen an image on Pinterest.com of a baby wearing a metal crown which the parents saved and used again when their child was several years older. I think this is a nice idea. 43
  44. 44. Levels of Eye Makeup This guide shows the different levels of eye makeup. The natural look is great for senior portraits, and the light works well for that too. The darker and smokier looks are very dramatic and could work well for glamour portraits and fine art portraits. 44
  45. 45. Minimal Makeup This makeup style is nice and light. The skin tone is creamy with a light blush. I like that nothing is overdone. If the eye makeup was a little lighter, it would be a great look for senior portraits. Senior portraits look very well with natural makeup, because seniors are still young; heavy makeup could age the subject. 45
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