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4over4.com Explains what Makes a good Fashion and Advertisement Photo

Press release   •   Jan 03, 2014 19:27 EST

Popular printing firm, 4over4.com, released a new post on their official blog about  Successful Photography Explained: Fashion and Advertising Edition, which is the second in a successful photography basics series, teaching readers adventuring into the photography world how to compose and create images for these purposes.

A company representative explained the aim behind the second part of the series: “Our goal is to make our readers aware of differences between fashion and advertisement pictures and other types of photography. They need to know what makes them appealing to others and what sells the product.”

4over4.com listed “play with emotions” and “engage with models” between the most relevant elements to consider when shooting an advertisement photo session. An important aspect for headshot prints, since the human factor -in these cases models of different sizes, ages and ethnic backgrounds, help evoke different feelings and sentiments according to the theme or idea of the photo-shoot.

The article also sites originality as an element to consider, calling photographers to throw composition out the window and play with different kinds of lights and illumination sets, to make their own vision come to life and get their signature on each picture they take, so they can get a name for themselves.

Formore information about this blog post or additional request for any of 4over4.com’s products, such as their cheap canvas prints, please call 718-932-2700 or e-mail support@4over4 (dot) com.

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About 4over4.com

4over4.com is an online printing service located in New York City, specializing in postcards, business cards, brochures, posters, greeting cards, booklets, letterheads, envelopes, rack cards, bookmarks, labels and stickers, vinyl banners, canvas prints, and all other printing needs. They offer quality prints at exceptional prices, fast turnarounds (even same day service) and leading industry minimums, for home offices, small business, designers and even entrepreneurs.