Fashion photography involves a great deal of preparation. It’s what separates basic portraits from fashion or conceptual portraiture. For a typical portrait session, you show up, meet the subject, and take pictures. There is often little discussion of location, hair, clothing, props, and lighting. There is seldom a concept behind the portrait except to make a flattering image of the subject.
Hello ladies! How are you feeling today? During this lovely summer days? We all are looking forward to go on vacation at a nice tropical place, were we can relax and leave our worries behind, and just sit in the Sun.
It seems that navy blue outfits are a classic this year and a round color, looking lovely on any lady who loves to dress in a stylish way and it’s also a good alternative to the basic black dresses.
A little tip for you ladies: combine navy blue with white clothing items to give the Summer impression, this you will be chic and stylish.
What to wear at the workplace this Summer? I have you covered this time. Summer is a good season for lighter shades. White is an elegant, yet powerful color.
As it’s a sunny season and the weather is ok to stay outside in the Sun and relax, outdoor decor comes in place, at the right time. Gardens who are modern, rustic, Scandinavian and other types, and also balconies and terraces are in trend and they are hot.
The beauty of a textured piece lies in the depth it provides to the setting in which it is placed. Texture in furniture and decor refers to materials such as wood and textiles – items that have movement and pattern.
Summertime. The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming and fleamarket season is in full swing. Vendors gather to sell their wares most weekends, and you couldn’t be more excited to score your next vintage find.
When interior designer Chaunte Le Blanc started to decorate her space, she took a cue from its 1920s-era building— complete with original wooden floors, high ceilings and arched niches—to develop a style uniquely her own.
Why you should consider collecting one of the oldest and most-beloved decorative arts.
Sometimes you don’t set out to find your next category of collectibles—it finds you.
Such was the case for Diane Sedo, a longtime collector of household items from the 1930s and ’40s. When she was in her early twenties, Diane came home one day to find her recently deceased grandmother’s vintage pottery lying in the rock yard, destined for the dumpster. Diane rescued the pieces and lovingly cleaned and displayed them, igniting what would become a lifelong passion for vintage pottery. Here we look at the history of behind some of her favorite pieces and give you ideas for displaying your collection.
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure—but maybe you’ve called something trash too soon before you’ve realized an item’s potential. We’ve all seen vintage jeans at flea markets for a dime a dozen or have a tattered pair we never wear that are destined for the dumpster. So why not find a way to turn them into home décor as a Bohemian-style rug and save them from life at a landfill? Or turn lace into a romantically elegant new lampshade. The possibilities are endless when you start thinking outside the box. Here are 5 easy projects to get you started with items you might already own.