Tokyo Sinpu, photographer, with an idea of collaborating music and picture through an icon namely a Headphone, took photos of more than 100 amateur girls, models, and artists utilizing the energy and passion of his own.
The e-book sale of "TOKYO HEADPHONE GIRLS" begins on 2014.
「TOKYO HEADPHONE GIRLS」は女の子達のヘッドフォンから流れている曲を実際に聴きながら、様々な背景を想像して視覚と聴覚で楽しむ新しいWeb写真集です。
2014年に「TOKYO HEADPHONE GIRLS」を電子書籍にて販売開始。
I worked as a musician till 29 years old. Having begun designing for my own band triggered a change to be a free-lance designer. I deal with all works of KUBRICK DESIGN. I also produce a lot of works as Pop artist, Graphic artist and Photographer.
東京神父 Sinpu Tokyo - Web designer / Designer / Artist / Photographer / KUBRICK DESIGN代表
Tony goes beyond teaching you how to use Lightroom. Tony shows you why and when to use each feature to create stunning, natural photos. When Lightroom isn t the best tool, Tony suggests better alternatives.
Combining the benefits of video training and book learning, this video book gives you over 14 hours of video and dozens of free presets and raw images to practice with. If you learn better with video, watch the video training and refer to the book for quick reference. If you prefer reading, the book is concise and practical, and each chapter links to relevant videos when you want to understand a topic more deeply or see it used in the real world.
Tony covers every aspect of Lightroom in-depth, but structures his teaching so that both beginner and advanced photographers can learn as efficiently as possible. If you just want a quick start, you can watch the first video or read the first chapter and you'll be organizing and editing your pictures in less than an hour. If you want to know more about a specific feature, switch to that video or jump to that chapter in the ebook. If you want to know everything about Lightroom, watch the videos and read the book from start to finish.
In the first half of The Photographer’s Guide to Posing, Lindsay discusses how the camera sees, and thus how camera angle, lens choice, and perspective all affect the appearance of your subject. Lindsay then covers things that ruin a pose—such as placement of the hands, and your subject’s expression and posture. Next, Lindsay dives into “posing essentials,” outlining her approach to start with a “base pose,” then build on that to create endless posing opportunities. She also discusses posing the face—with specific sections dedicated to the chin, jaw, eyes, and forehead—as well as posing hands.
In the second half of the book, Lindsay dedicates entire chapters to posing specific subject matter: women, men, couples, curvy women, families and small groups, and large groups. In each chapter, Lindsay addresses that subject matter’s specific challenges, provides “go-to poses” you can always use, and covers how to train the eye to determine the best pose for your subject(s). Lindsay also teaches you how to analyze a pose so that you can create endless posing opportunities and continuously improve your work.