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Naana Badu x Sawdayah Kaliaha x NayMarie Photography

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Fashion: Bunnie Benton Presents “Monochrome”

 

Photographer: NayMarie
Wardrobe & Styling: Bunnie Benton
Model: Marsha Larose
Make-Up: Deniz Hancioglu
Hair: Taahira Siclait
Ring: Pink Whiskey (images 3 and 12)
Light Tech: Will DuBois of 5thGM

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Fashion: Vel-j-re’

Photographer: NayMarie
Models: Katharina, Taylor, & Marsha
Make-Up: Tiffany
Hair: Taahira
Wardrobe & Styling: Bunnie of Vel-j-re’
Light Tech: Will DuBois of 5thGM

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Fashion: Udo Nene

 

Photographer: NayMarie
Models: Katharina von der Gathen, Jewell, Amanda Mobley, Kendra MacDevitt
Wardobe: Udo Nene
Make-Up: Scott Spann
Lighting Tech: Will DuBois of 5thGM

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October Photoshop for Retouchers Workshop!

NayMarie Photography & Retouching is hosting a 1-hr Photoshop for Retouchers workshop!

Hey everyone! It’s time for us to get together for another workshop!

This workshop will cover the basic Photoshop tools every photo retoucher needs to know in order to create amazing images. If there’s something specific you’d like to do, but you’re not sure of the tools to get the job done than this workshop is for you!

Date: Sunday, October 23, 2011
Time: 4p -5p
Location: Ripley Grier Studios (520 8th Ave, New York, NY)
Cost: $20 per person
Register in advance or pay cash at the door.

To attend this workshop, click here to Pay Now!

HURRY! SPACE IS LIMITED!


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Fashion I: Candid Art

 

Photographer: NayMarie
Model: Britt Wendel
Make-Up: Phoebe Zatar
Jewels: CanDid Art
Lighting Tech: Will DuBois of 5thGM

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Tidbit Tuesday: Poses

Overtime I’ve skimmed through tons of posing material as well as tested impromptu poses throughout my shoots. In this time I’ve gained a keen eye for poses I like and poses I don’t like. I’m typically most attracted to the heavily awkward and outrageous high fashion positions since my work is creativity-based, but I can also appreciate a gorgeous beauty or glamour pose when I see one!
Here’s some do’s and don’ts, in my opinion, of poses to recreate as well as ones to omit:

NayMarie Loves


Photo Courtesy of HolmesLewis Models

The model in these photos poses effortlessly (and in some cases awkwardly). What did she do right?
*Her breathing is controlled
*She is conscious of her body and angles
*Her muscles are relaxed which alleviated the chances of tension
*She knows where the camera is and where she needs to face in respect to it.

NayMarie Cringes

The poses in this image are extremely common and require little effort. Unless the aim is to be an Eye Candy model, I suggest deleting them from one’s forte. In addition to these I would also seldom utilize the following.
*The Pigeon Stance. Please correct your feet.
*The famous avant garde pose of the inverted arms with the hands on the hips . This can still be pulled off if incorporated properly, although it is now WAY overdone, but it must be finessed. Improper positioning can make the model look scrunched, uncomfortable, forced, or all of the above.
*The high school graduation pose. This pose is only acceptable when taking a school picture or maybe a headshot…maybe… I suggest steering away from this pose as it’s very basic and typically doesn’t reflect the model’s potential nor the product’s brand.
*Static hands. I’ve seen some gorgeous images ruined by stiff hands. Relax relax relax.

For the newbies here’s some vague definitions:
Commerical/Catalog – Accentuates the clothing; wear it like the consumer would wear it.
High Fashion – Accentuates the clothing; the poses are typically bizarre
Beauty – Accentuates the product; typically focuses on make-up, hair, or accesories and only showcases the model from the chest plate up, bare-skinned.
Glamour – Accentuates the model; the images where the model “makes love” to the camera with more extreme make-up, hair, or accessory combinations.

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2 Page Spread in UM Magazine!

Post work for this image was completed by Retouching by NayMarie for Urban Mainstream Magazine’s October 2010 issue.
www.UrbanMainstream.com

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