A new look on the fashion scene is back in fashion photography – That is that 1980s blown out, overexposed skin tone look and effect – Benjamin Kanarek explains his technique
Paris as well as all of France at this time of the year start their famous Vide-Greniers or as Anglophones call them Flea Markets, Garage or Attic Sales
I keep hearing a lot of flack from literally hundreds of people on the forums everywhere generally complaining about how poorly or not at all they get paid for Fashion Editorials
Casting for a Model is a very serious affair and is like editing film. For those of you who read my article about editing film (digital images) and how mind set dependent that is, you might find this article interesting.
Pixel Peeping – How many pixels from your DSLR or Compact Camera do you need to produce a quality image?
M2 Gallery in Los Angeles is presenting a retrospective of surrealist imagery from Andrew Matusik.
26th International Fashion and Photography Festival of Hyeres, France – The Festival is featuring 10 designers and 10 fashion photographers
No… Samsung are NOT paying me to endorse their products. But this compact from Samsung looks like it will taste great! I would love to have one of these, especially for doing HD Video while Frédérique my Co-Creative Director and Videographer is filming our Making of Video’s. I could film her while filming us doing […]
Samsung W200 We have decided to start this new blog called “Tasty Tech Toys”. I will be posting some of the juicy treats out there that may tantalize your tech palette. Enjoy the Menu! I have always been a fan of recyclable and disposable stuff, from Bic Pens to Bic Razors and those great little […]
Editing Pictures is as Important as the Photo Shoot. It can define your style. I am sharing with you my own editing process.
What role does a graphic tablet play in enhancing the post production process?
It is becoming more evident to me, the longer I am in this business, that it has become more of a marketing game than that of talent, for those wishing to succeed in any “Artistic” venture.
When it snowed in Paris © Benjamin Kanarek I wanted to share this short video I shot with my iPhone 3Gs when Paris experienced the most snow it had seen in decades. The Sacré–Coeur Basilica was in front and above me. I had never experienced so much snow since being here and it reminded me […]
Does the Gear You have Really Matter? Or How I learned to take a “Pitcher…” or is that a “Picture?”… I’ll take both, just in case the Picture doesn’t turn out! Well, I will commence with a simple answer “NO”… Whether it is a Nikon, Sony, Canon, Panasonic, Olympus, Samsung , Pentax or any Medium […]
As a Fashion Photographer for 20+ years, I have come to appreciate the importance of some very important items that one should never be without. I have based this list on items that I wish I had for several of my shoots, but were not on hand and would have helped had I had them. […]
Vintage is HOT in fashion with the younger generation continuing the tradition in search for that unique pieces – Look at those captivating images of Australian criminals from the 20s
by: Dietmar Kohl Photographer Dietmar Kohl shares with us his technique for working in 16 bit mode in Photoshop. Thanks Dietmar, I’m sure this will be very helpful to those wishing to maintain the highest resolution when retouching your images. Benjamin Kanarek So here we go… I just downloaded the RAW images and started to […]
My Favorite Fixed Focal Length Lenses It is enough of a challenge to choose your favorite zoom lenses, but to have to choose only one fixed focal length lens from each brand is an exercise in decision making that most would find difficult to make. None the less here are my choices and they do […]