Styled portraits are a story about your style and a bit of your personality. Compared to personality portraits, the wardrobe styling is very much emphasized, and the visual story that sets context for your style is also essential.
Street style photography captures clothes on model in natural, relaxed and candid look to create a context. This type of work is widespread for magazine editorials but increasingly used by style blogs and brands’ channels on social media. Some fashion catalogs also use street or candid style fashion photography.
Since street style photography is usually shot with a small team with a minimum set of equipment (to avoid disruption of general public and issues with the city), a good team of people with experience and agility is essential. Careful planning is also a key in successful production.
Magazine editors and advertising people: please refer to http://suzuki.photo portfolio website for fashion and other creative commercial photography.
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Fashion stylist and blogger Renata Certo-Ware, Kristen Uekermann and jeweler Sophie Hughes joined forces to create a project that would provide engaging content for a leading fashion blog and showcase local Boston fashion. BEAUPIX fashion photographer Ryuji Suzuki shot this assignment. He worked efficiently in this quick project in one short afternoon on location at Towne Stove and Spirits by the Prudential Center in Boston. This was picked up by leading style blog Racked where you can read the full story and see seven photographs.
Behind the scene stories and images:
behind the scenes piece on Scorpion Disco, Valentine’s Date Outfit: Part One on Boston Fashionista and Valentine’s Date Outfit: Part Two, again on Boston Fashionista