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10 Fashion Photography Myths

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Hey guys! Today’s video is 10 myths often heard in regards to fashion photography.

What fashion photography myths have you heard before?

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  • Thorsten Merz
    Posted at 10:06h, 20 December

    This is ace! A "must see" really! Thanks for posting this.

  • Jim Barcelona
    Posted at 10:06h, 20 December

    I really loved the myths debunked – especially about TFP, retouching, kit, and model height. One myth you didn't mention is the difference between a pro and amateur. The myth is that the pro gets paid, whereas IMHO, the pro truly, rarely shows a "bad" photo. By "bad" I mean a photo that will be a career liability. I really disagreed about the golden hour myth, but like you, I've had most clients pay for work at their chosen time. My curse is shoots at high noon. Great video!

  • Hernan Restrepo
    Posted at 10:06h, 20 December

    I like how you present your content, it's really cool how you keep it real and don't push gear to the forefront. With you it's just about the creative process, so keep it up.

  • Jeff Jean
    Posted at 10:06h, 20 December

    So good. Great points

  • rbp917
    Posted at 10:06h, 20 December

    Your videos have stepped up a notch recently.

  • ringspanner
    Posted at 10:06h, 20 December

    Sorry if I have missed you mentioning this before, 'mood board', is this somewhere to record ideas about the shoot, location, backdrop, dress etc?

  • john wheatley
    Posted at 10:06h, 20 December

    Good honest tips here…… I agree, there are far too many people over using frequency separation, and ending up with totally unrealistic skin…

  • Alex Lv
    Posted at 10:06h, 20 December

    Test shoots is the one I get confused these days. Agencies asked for test shoots but never say what look they want so it's really hard for me to figure out what do they actually want.

  • JetSmackedPS
    Posted at 10:06h, 20 December


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