Monday, August 3, 2015

Fashion Nudity


Keith asks me questions regarding fashion nudity vs. glamour and what they mean for photographers. If I sound slightly annoyed, you're not imagining things.
We reference the profile picture in podcast but unfortunately it's cropped as a square here. Here's the original image:https://instagram.com/p/490NUREwsV/?taken-by=charleslucima

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Rules of Engagement and True Intentions























Keith and I discuss the situation of a specific model who has a personal rule where she won't do implied nudity until the second shoot.

Thursday, June 4, 2015

Expectations



Keith was talking through his presentation notes for the Working with Modeling Agencies Workshop. He suggested that photographers discuss with modeling agents the possibility of submitting their test images to magazines. That got us talking about setting precedents and expectations. The conversation picks up midstream.

Friday, May 22, 2015

Giselle



The followup to the discussion below, this time in podcast form! Enjoy! :)

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Git R Done!



"How involved are you with model development ? What do you say to a model when you want her to work a certain way to achieve a look such as from your editorial portfolio?"

I say, "Git R Done!"

:)

Monday, August 11, 2014

Go-To Lighting Setups

What's a "Go-to lighting setup"?

If you've taken a workshop or a webinar with me in the past, you'll know that I strongly advocate a few "go-to" setups that you can nail every single time.

You'll also know that I recommend you demonstrate this proficiency as the first "set" throughout the test shoot. Yes, we're talking about test shoots. Obviously if you're shooting a campaign, web, beauty, or something more specific then the following doesn't really apply.

Why use a "go-to" setup?

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Conversations with LUCIMA: $10k Lenses, Outsourcing Retouching, Stolen Workshops

Our new Conversations with LUCIMA here! Trying something new!
* 30 minutes
* 3 short topics
* a few familiar faces :)