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Eva. NYC. Been friends for years. Camera: RZ67 Pro ii (180mm) Film: Tri-X 400 (HC-110 dilution H)
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Sarah.  NYC. It's about just getting in front of the camera and being some version of yourself. Top: Canon 7D. 50mm. Bottom: RZ67 Pro II. 180mm. Fujifilm FP3000b (instant negative scans).
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Michael Zelbel has just released his new boudoir posing guide, Boudoir Flow Posing: A System for 30 Hot Poses in 30 Minutes.  This guide gets right to the point as Michael explains his method for knocking out several poses very quickly, and how he’s able to remember the entire sequence without pausing.  It includes a... Read more »
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Brooklyn Bridge completed and opened: 1883 Manhattan Bridge completed and opened: 1909 Camera: RZ67 Pro II, 65mm Film: Acros 100 (HC-110 dilution 1:63)
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There's something about the sound of a train that's very romantic and nostalgic and hopeful.  -- Paul Simon Hoboken Terminal.  New Jersey. Camera:  RZ67 Pro II Film:  ACROS 100 (developed in Rodina...
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I always prefer to work in the studio. It isolates people from their environment. They become in a sense, symbolic of themselves. -- Richard Avedon A few years ago, a happy client told me that she ...
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Yuliia.  NYC. Camera: RZ67 Pro II.  65mm & 180mm Film: Tri-X 400 (HC-110)
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Skyler Cocco.  NYC.  We shot some FP100c. Camera: RZ67 Pro II, 110mm Film: Fujifilm FP100c (instant pack film)
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“The eye has to travel.” — Diana Vreeland. Lighter tones draw the eye’s attention first, darker tones recede. Or so the rule goes. You’ll see where this is used in fashion photography; sometimes th...
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In late January of this year (2015), a fire completely destroyed the gigantic apartment building we lived in.  My wife and I were in the city that day. By the time we made it to the site, it was an...
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Photographer.  Editorial, music, celebrities, fashion, art, portraiture, boudoir, life.  http://www.edverosky.com
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Your Notion of a Beautiful Photograph - ED VEROSKY BLOG
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You've got this notion of what a beautiful photograph is. Maybe this notion is very different from mine, or your grandparents, or your kids,

Natural Light Portraiture: On Your Terms - ED VEROSKY BLOG
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American Woman - ED VEROSKY BLOG
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I posted this photo on my Facebook group page yesterday, and noted how I was thinking about July 4th (the U.S. holiday celebrating the adopt

Natural Light Portraiture with JimmyD - ED VEROSKY BLOG
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Family, weddings, kids, senior/grad portraits, models… if you shoot any of these, you're going to want this book. If you currently use flash

How I Shot It: Basic Main and Subtle Rim Light - ED VEROSKY BLOG
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If you've been following me for awhile, you're probably aware of my penchant for the two-light (cross light) setup. It's extremely versatile

Good Links: Artists, Documentaries - ED VEROSKY BLOG
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Another documentary, on artist Wayne White, is one I'd recommend. I think it's so interesting to get a peek into the world of such a down-to

Clamshell Lighting - ED VEROSKY BLOG
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For this post, I'm pulling something directly from my new eBook, Basic Lighting For Portrait Photography. This is a small section from the l

Window Silhouettes and Exposure Adjustments - ED VEROSKY BLOG
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A quick example of how a simple exposure adjustment can bring out (or blow out) the detail in a window shot. The image on the left is a long

Are Photo Competitions a Good Idea? - ED VEROSKY BLOG
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I've always thought of myself as a competitive person. No, I'm not the kind of guy who turns everything into a race or gets bitter if I don'

What Others See In Your Work - ED VEROSKY BLOG
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One of the things that fascinates me about photographs (and other artwork) is the relationship between the image and the viewer. Many images

Thoughts on Props - ED VEROSKY BLOG
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I'm not big on props in my pictures. I find that using them can sometimes feel forced; even though an item or element may be visually appeal

Creative Lighting: Casting Dramatic Shadows - ED VEROSKY BLOG
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After taking several planned images in the studio, I had the idea to get Ele (pictured) to lie down on the floor where the sun and windows w

Basic Lighting for Portrait Photography by Ed Verosky
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The title of Ed Verosky's latest ebook, Basic Lighting for Portrait Photography, says it all. Each digitally rendered page contains valuable

One-Light Portraits, Dealing With Dark Backgrounds - ED VEROSKY BLOG
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One-light setups are popular, and it's easy to see why; they make creating portraits so easy, you almost can't go wrong. Place a light somew

What You Like About Black and White Photography - ED VEROSKY BLOG
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Last weekend, the theme in our Facebook group was “Monochrome.” I asked our members to comment about their feelings on Black and White photo

New Book: Basic Lighting For Portraits - ED VEROSKY BLOG
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My new book, Basic Lighting For Portrait Photography, has just been released. I believe this is an important learning guide for any photogra

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