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People and businesses utilize photography to grab the attention of their desired audience; this is done through the photographer’s ability to cater to the needs of the varying audiences in different forms. A good photographer possesses the ability to create a movie of images in the mind of his/her audience. While there are various forms and genres of photography, the glamour realm of photography is not widely accepted, though various forms of glamour photography are sought after by today’s most affluent people.
The irony of glamour photography not being publically accept, is that many elements of glamour are found in almost all other genres of photography. For example a wedding photographer who is taking photojournalistic shots, is at the same time adding a touch of glamour to the photographs involving the bride. Photographers both knowingly and unknowingly add glamour to other types of photography as well such as: photojournalism, nature, portraits, fashion images, and personal profile photos. Using a photographer to take a photograph of you with several elements of glamour would be perfect for use on escort social networking sites, escort directories, and even portfolios for escort agencies.
Evidence of glamour in photographs is found through the smile on the model’s face; glamorous smiles rarely show teeth, and there is a harmony between the model’s eyes and the corner’s of her lips. Many large magazines have embedded this idea into the minds of society as they managed to blur fashion with glamour in their photographic images, through the use of different smiles on the various models’ faces.
Wedding photographers must learn to capture these smiles too, and any moment where a bride is expressing a glamorous pose. Moments when the bride is smiling and not showing her teeth are crucial images to capture over the “grip and grin” types images. The elements of glamour that can be found in other realms of photography make the images more powerful, for example: When you have a bride sitting on the back of a motorcycle, and when it starts taking off, the wind reveals her leg and garter belt; that is glamour combined with photojournalism. The bride’s leg with the garter gives it the power of glamour, while the movement of the bike provides motions created in photojournalism.
Producers want the stars to shine, and the stars do not want to merely shimmer. Good photographers are able to capture the drama and excitement that is often associated with the glamour of Hollywood. Ruth Harriet Louise is a well-noted photographer who worked at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer from 1925 – 1930; she was able to use the elements of glamour to make the stars shine through the photographs taken during her shoots. Her hundreds, possibly even thousands of photographs helped shape the public’s perception of Hollywood glamour, along with the importance of incorporating it with fashion. Ruth Harriet Louise’s work still impacts photography’s use of glamour today.
Glamour sells, plain and simple. In 1953, Hugh Hefner used his Playboy magazine to push glamour to its limits with the use of nudity. Though nudity it not a requirement to add the flare of glamour to an image, showing some skin is a trademark o glamour; it is also not glamorous to use the theatrical make-up and fancy clothes used by small local studios.
Adding glamour to your photography can be quite easy, and may only require the use of one or two main elements of glamour. Being able to add a touch of glamour is a skill the majority of magazine photographer’s possess now a days.
One the key elements of glamour is to incorporate a clean background, this allows the subject to be separated from the background, and can often be accomplished through the use of medium to long telephoto lenses. The lens compression of the telephoto lenses helps reduce or eliminate any natural clutter or distracting details from the photograph. Another fundamental element of glamour is tight cropping of the subject to eliminate the background; this helps separate the subject from the background even more.
Vertical images are very powerful to the human mind, so shooting vertical shots over horizontal shots will surely grab some one’s attention. Magazines are an excellent example of marketing at its finest; the photographs are all vertical in order to grab the attention of the target audience. As important as the vertical shoots are, it is just as important to provide a duplicate horizontal image, which will allow you to have the images for a horizontal calendar if you so choose in the future.
Glamour shots also use the powerful lines of diagonals and imaginary diagonals. When using diagonals, the general rule of thumb is, if it has a joint, then it is meant to be bent. Even use a tilt with the subject’s facial lines, neck, arms, and legs, along with any imaginary diagonals that are formed naturally by the subject. Always remember to tilt the subjects head and chin slightly in order to avoid a shot with the subject’s chin in his/her chest.
The last element of glamour puts a strong emphasis on the letter “S” that can be broken into four sub-elements: sexiness, sultriness, sensuality, and seductiveness. Only one of the four sub-elements is needed to add a powerful aura to the photograph.
When discussing the effect you are trying to create with the glamour element with use of the powerful “S” sub-elements, it is important to be extremely cautious, otherwise you could violate legal boundaries. This may be why glamour photography is frequently frowned upon.
When trying to add a flare of glamour to your photograph, even one that may be used for an online escort social networking site, escort directory, or escort agency, be sure to use glamour in the same manor as Hollywood in order to avoid a sleazy photo. When the elements of glamour are applied correctly, you can shine in your photograph just like a Hollywood star any time.