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  • modelpluswarsaw
    18.03.2021 - 1 mont ago

    Ania Kisiel COVER Story for iO Donna captured by Riccardo Tinelli

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  • modelpluswarsaw
    27.10.2020 - 6 monts ago

    Zofia Szałacińska  Cover for USTA Magazine by  Krzysztof Kozanowski

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  • julian-phoenix
    27.03.2020 - 1 year ago

    Desinhibida - Anitza Fernández

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  • lizzieleese1
    26.04.2020 - 1 year ago

    Reflection & Evaluation

    When reflecting on my finished editorial I am happy with the outcome and proud of what I have achieved during this time. Although I found some aspects of this project challenging I feel as though my hard work payed off and I am confident that my editorial would comfortably fit in to an issue of ‘The Gentlewoman’. Below I have evaluated some aspects of my project further.

    The final layout:

    When reflecting on my final editorial layout I would say that I am proud of my work.  Looking at my finished editorial I think that it does represent a clear editorial that would fit well in ‘The Gentlewoman’.  I made sure that I heavily researched into ‘The Gentlewoman’ before laying out my work so that my overall outcomes would mirror some of the issues that they had produced and I think that overall I have achieved this aim.  I made sure that I tried to use every element as similar to The Gentlewoman as possible such as the font and the positioning of the text such as in my final page where I used the ‘justify all lines’ paragraph option to ensure all lines were equal and perfectly placed which I noticed was something done by The Gentlewoman. I also used many techniques such as black and white images, minimal text and a simple layout to make my issue look as similar to others. My images are bright and eye catching and I think that they all flow well and make a good collection of images when put together.

    When looking at what I would improve if I was to do this again, I would plan the matching of my still life images and outfit images before taking them. I treated the two groups of images separately and so when completing the shoot I didn't really think about what my images would look like together. Therefor when creating my layout I sometimes struggled to make my editorial look as professional as possible as a few of my images didn't pair up naturally.  I would obviously have preferred to use a model to wear my chosen outfits as I feel as though the model is sometimes what makes or breaks the image. However under the circumstances, I am proud of my work that I have produced and the layout that has been created as my final outcome. 

    The text:

    For the text within my editorial I tried to keep it short and minimal as this is usually what The Gentlewoman does. I tried to use either one word subtitles or one sentence captions to go with the photos to ensure that the text doesn't take emphasis away from the images. On my final page the text was obviously slightly more descriptive as that is the point of that particular page. I am happy with the captions and titles that I used as I feel that they suit an editorial in The Gentlewoman style. My subtitles such as ‘Positvitea” and “Timeless tartan” mirror those that are used in an actual editorial as they display humour and short sentences. My captions either describe the image or something to do with my overall concept and I tried to replicate something similar to the real issues in my own work.

    Outfit shoot:

    I think that my outfit images demonstrate my creativity and also a sense of humour. Although I am mainly happy with my outcomes I also feel as though I could’ve completed this project to a higher standard with a model and the original shirt/outfits however it all came down to circumstance.

    During this project I found the outfit shoot the hardest as I was unable to use anyone from my family as a model therefore I had to try and think of innovative ways to shoot my chosen 3 looks. For 2 of the outfits I decided to stuff them which was the bit that I initially found the hardest as it was difficult to make the clothes look human-like as well as hiding the stuffing used inside the garments. It was also hard to sit the stuffed model up and make it look like a person. However when the images were finally taken and completed they turned out to be my favourite photos due to the humor that is associated with them. For my 3rd look I had to hang the garments off a coat rack which was initially difficult due to unpredictable elements like the wind and trying to hang the items so that they looked proffessional however now that my ediotrial is finished I really like this particular image. I think that it breaks up the editiorial slightly and adds something different to the images instead of all 3 looks being stuffed and placed in the same position.

    I am happy with the garments that I decided to shoot as I feel as though all 3 outfits showcase a different look; business wear from the matching suit and smart-casual and relaxed from both the jumpsuit and the shirt dress. My favourite garment to shoot was the red shirt dress as the traditional tartan pattern really stood out on the camera and photographed really well. I also throughout that the brown gingham jumpsuit photographed professionally as the print was big therefore it shot well and looked really well put together with the surroundings. With the matching two piece suit, I found it quite difficult to capture the plaid print as they were quite small and fine on the garment therefore when taking photos of it, the pattern almost blended together and looked blurry. However overall, I am happy with my 3 looks.

    Still life images:

    When it comes to the still life images I initially found it hard to think of ideas even when we were completing this project normally in the studio so I found it even harder to link my still life images to the rest of my project when we were put in lockdown. However now when reflecting back I feel as though I have completed my still life images to a higher standard than I would’ve done before.  As my overall concept is ‘grids’ I encorprated this as being ‘Boxed In’ at home which is now my overall title. Therefore as my outfits are all made up of gridded patterns and materials I used these as the base of my images and took photos of a few house hold items such as cups and saucers and utensils to domesticate the project and demonstrate the ‘staying at home’ concept that has now taken over my project. I really like this new idea as I feel as though it has tied the whole project together as before my idea didnt really have a concept running through it. I have also edited a photo frame over the top of some of the still life images and some of the outfit images to tie it all together a bit more and make it flow as the photo frame is obviously another form of a grid and makes the items look ‘boxed in’ to the frame. I am much happier with my outcomes now that they are edited and put together properly. Looking back on my still life images, I am happy with the outcomes. It was difficult to complete these to as high a standard as what would’ve been completed in a studio as I didnt have proper equipment such as a tripod and sheets to provide a background however overall I think they look domestic and right for ‘The Gentlewoman’.

    Photoshop editing:

    When analysing my editing skills I feel as though I have learnt the most in this area. I usually struggle with using photoshop to make my images look proffessional as it is a software that I have never used before however due to the fact that we had minimal hands-on help with this project towards the end, I mostly had to figure out various elements of photoshop alone. Therefore I have developed my photoshop and InDesign skills massively and have discovered tools that will be useful in the future such as the patch tool and the text wrap tool. When looking at my editorial I think that the editing is what makes it look professional as it has allowed my to show my inspiration from issues of The Gentlewoman.

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  • midaspasha
    11.11.2018 - 2 years ago

    Sarah Dahl, Le Monde

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  • midaspasha
    22.08.2018 - 2 years ago

    Frida Aasen

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  • verweerdezolen
    10.07.2018 - 2 years ago

    Totokaelo - Comme Des Garçons edit

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  • anishasispalfcnu-blog
    22.03.2018 - 3 years ago

    What do I want in the fashion industry?

    FA4005- Fashion Contexts

    Whilst doing my foundation course at Leeds College of Art, I was able to explore a range of different mediums and develop on skills such as Adobe Photoshop and photography. Fashion Communication has always stood out to me although I didn’t know, and still don’t know, exactly what sector I want to go in to. I was able to play around with photography in my foundation year as it was not a subject I chose to do at A-level although it interested me…surprise surprise, it has turned out to be one of my favourite things. I created a zine playing around with colour styling and linking to body image for my final major project.

    During semester one, I really enjoyed the fashion journalism module, especially combined with the creative editorial aspect. I created a magazine feature for Fantastic Man and in fact based it on someone that I met at Leeds College of Art. He had been lucky enough to model for Burberry and Gosha Rubchinskiy which I was really interested to find out about. I shot the pictures for the magazine in Leeds City Centre and was really happy with the outcome.

    Studying a degree course with such a range of modules now makes me extremely excited for the future and I am sure I’ll find other things I enjoy along the way. I plan on taking the opportunity of a placement year to really get a taste of what I want to do as a career in the fashion industry. I’m only in first year and cannot wait for the next 3, maybe I’ll find something I like more than fashion photography, who knows?

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  • serdarcelik
    13.03.2018 - 3 years ago

    editorial

    #still life photography #serdar çelik portfolio #food photography#ediotrial
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  • driflloon
    20.02.2018 - 3 years ago

    global hypercolor: shanelle nyasiase for dazed magazine

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  • adolfofelix
    25.01.2018 - 3 years ago

    https://www.instagram.com/adolfofelixm/

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  • mikewdriver
    14.11.2017 - 3 years ago
    #artists on tumblr #Illustration#animation#print#ediotrial #michael driver illustration
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  • marcmystyle
    07.06.2017 - 3 years ago

    The Village. Shot by @marcmystyle

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  • haydenmaynard
    21.03.2017 - 4 years ago

    An illustration I did for the Advocates - too bad I couldn’t fit in some squirrels

    Thanks AD Jessica Lim!

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  • totallyinlovewithfashion
    11.02.2017 - 4 years ago

    Regitze Christensen in “Eat.Sleep.Repeat” by Sean McMenomy for Elle Denmark February 2017

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  • totallyinlovewithfashion
    31.01.2017 - 4 years ago

    Niko in “Voyage D'une Parisienne” by Peter Gehrke for Grazia France January 2017

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  • totallyinlovewithfashion
    31.01.2017 - 4 years ago

    Laura Julie in “Winter Wonders” by Sean McMenomy for Elle Belgium January 2017

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  • totallyinlovewithfashion
    28.01.2017 - 4 years ago

    Jena Goldsack in “High Style“ by Txema Yeste for Vogue Russia February 2017

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  • totallyinlovewithfashion
    28.01.2017 - 4 years ago

    Jena Goldsack in “High Style“ by Txema Yeste for Vogue Russia February 2017

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  • totallyinlovewithfashion
    23.01.2017 - 4 years ago

    Taylor Hill in “Woman Of The 80's” by Steven Pan for Elle France January 2017

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