Posts tagged fashion student
How To... Photograph a Fashion Show

When I first attended a fashion show, I had no idea what I was doing, but I muddled through and got some pretty satisfactory images. Since then, however, I’ve refined my technique. Here are my top tips.

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Norwich Fashion Week - The Designer's Show

Last night (Tuesday), was the Designer's Show at Norwich Fashion Week. I was really excited for this show, particularly because I know two of the designers that were exhibiting: Kate Elizabeth and Nicolas Marcs.

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Collaborating with NUA Fashion Students (Part II)

On Friday I was lucky enough to have a shoot with local up-and-coming model Jude Wright, who I've been dying to set up a shoot with as soon as I spotted her a few months ago in a friend's images. We re-shot a few of the images I took a couple of a weeks ago, re-working them and playing with the lighting as well as working with several new dresses.

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Collaborating with NUA Fashion Students (Part I)

The brief for the end of year project for the first-year Fashion students at NUA consisted of creating a collaboration between the work of a design house and that of a high-street brand, and creating a garment representing this.

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Catwalks at Graduate Fashion Week

Not only did my AAA pass at Graduate Fashion Week allow me to access a lot of areas that were out of bounds for the general public, it also meant that I could get into the catwalk shows as a member of the press, blag a front-row seat, and photograph away to my heart's content. 

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Backstage at Graduate Fashion Week

The backstage area of Graduate Fashion Week was guarded at all times by burly men in suits. My Access All Areas badge changed 3 times in the time I was in London, first consisting of a wristband, followed by a handwritten AAA on my Blogging Team badge, and finally an 'Access All Areas Graduate Fashion Week Photographer/Blogger' badge.

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My Experience at Graduate Fashion Week

Last Saturday was, I thought at the time, one of the most hectic days of the last couple of months. After an 11 o'clock finish the night before, I was up at 9am for a 10am-6pm shift. And, once I'd finished ringing newspapers and alcohol through the cash register, I had less than an hour to pack up my things, get on a coach and travel 119 miles to Victoria Station, London. 

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