Young Love, a project by Danish photographer Karen Rosetzsky, featuring photographs of couples aged 15 to 25. Rosetzsky spent three years photographing stunning duos from all over the world in cities such as Amsterdam, Prague, New Orleans, and Cape Town. The young lovers in these images are often from different cultures and come from different economic backgrounds, but they share one thing in common: their age-appropriate understanding of love.
Some names have been changed for privacy reasons.
Read more on the Young Love website.
Image credits: Photographs by Karen Rosetzky.
Michele Norris of All Things Considered chats with National Geographic Magazine reporter Cynthia Gorney and National Geographic photographer Stephanie Sinclair about their June feature, "Too Young to Wed: The Secret World of Child Brides," today on All Things Considered. This article tells the story of 12-year-old Amina who was married off by her father to a man in his 50s. Her husband died before the marriage ended up in court. The article also looks at child marriage across the world.
5 Photographic Techniques for Capturing Love
Make your postures more dynamic for an extremely amazing wedding photograph. "I wanted to create a silhouette of these two coming together, sealing their link of marriage with a romantic touch of the skin using theatrical lights," photographer Jermaine Horton, proprietor of Jermaine Horton Photography, explains. He also used a white background because he believes that it creates a feeling of peace and calmness.
Photographer's suggestions: If you want to add some drama to your photographs, use black and white tones instead of color ones. Black and white images have a very dramatic effect on the mood of the photo shoot and the guests will love them too!
The best photographers capture moments as they happen. They don't wait for the perfect shot; they go with what they get and make the most of it. So, if you want to look your best for your wedding day, hire a professional photographer who can help you capture those special moments that you'll always remember.
Examine the work of well-known portrait photographers.
A PHOTOPHILE is someone who enjoys photography. The term "photographer" and "photojournalist" are also acceptable alternatives.
No, but it helps.
The invention of the camera changed society in many ways. It allowed people from different classes and cultures all over the world to take pictures of each other, of events, and even some scenes. These photographs served as documents for history because they showed what life was like long before computers or phones were able to capture images. They also showed evidence of crimes that would have been difficult or impossible to prove otherwise. The list goes on and on.
Men don't usually want to show their faces in photographs because they feel like it makes them look weak or vulnerable. They also feel like showing their true feelings will make others not trust them.
Women don't like being photographed because they feel like it's an invasion of their privacy.
The 8 Most Notable Photographers You Should Be Aware Of
Though we are still somewhat unattractive in comparison to musicians, we are more beautiful than comedians and poets. The capacity to create "artistic images," according to the study done by Scott Barry Kaufman of the University of Pennsylvania, is the eighth most sexiest creative attribute a person may have. Next to musicians, artists and writers, photographer's are considered good-looking.
The study also found that the following attributes are most likely to make someone appear attractive: intelligence, confidence, charisma, warmth, competence, attractiveness of others in the group and social status. Of these factors, only one thing has got to do with us photographers - our ability to take pictures. The rest all relate to something else entirely. If you want people to think you're intelligent, then you better be giving them ideas they can understand, otherwise they'll just think you're some kind of nerd who takes pictures for a living. If you want them to trust you, then you need to prove yourself trustworthy by not stealing their wallets or breaking into their houses. If you want them to like you, then give them reason to, by being friendly or helpful. And if you want them to fall in love with you, then you've got to show some "attraction" towards them. Maybe brush up on your flirtation skills, work on your body language or try out that cheesy grin of yours.
So, yes, we photographers do tend to be attractive.