Achieving similar colors and lighting

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  1. infusionstudios

    infusionstudios TPF Noob!

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    I was checking out http://notionphotography.com/ and really liked the contrasting with the darker colors and the brighter colors on some of his pictures. It seems so rich and vibrant - reminds me of David Lachapelle's work (but of course not as crazy and imaginative!).

    Any tips on achieving similar colors? I know the photographer uses digital but was wondering if you could post-process a certain way or use certain filters to achieve such vibrant colors.

    Thanks!
     
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    If the initial exposure is good, color saturation and contrast can pretty much be tweaked endlessly in Photoshop. I'd study up on lighting and post-processing techniques as they relate to glamour photography. I don't do glamour photography (I'd like to!), but this site has good info that's helped me learn some stuff to apply to my own less exciting portrait shoots.

    http://www.glamour1.com/
     

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