All those beautiful colors on clothes, the pretty faces we see on magazines and on the big screen, are created by more than just one factor.
One of the most important factors happens to be the art of photography. I will not sit here and type along confessing my passion for photography. In fact, I'm a novice when it comes to that. What I can actually do with already taken photos is completely different. The faces we see today and the trends we follow are because of these wonderful taken photographs. What does this have to do with fashion and or lifestyle? Isn't it obvious? We would have no Vogue, GQ, or Details and so on. Photographs evoke a certain emotion out of us. Some express their ideas or emotions through an image without the use of words. Seeing is believing some will say. Let's face it, nowadays, that's just not true. There have been so many images (mainly on celebs) that have been edited to be more pleasing to the eye. There have also been some epic Photoshop fails as well. Let's not get into that. The works of art we see in photographs cannot be mimicked by painting the same image and vise versa. That's a unique beauty of a camera that relies on traditional film roll.
What I appreciate are images that are not related to celebrities but more to the joy and dedication to a more natural type. A type where glamor is seen through the lens of a camera. A type of glamor that doesn't need editing, only preparing. Sure, there are little tweaks here and there to make the picture perfect, but nothing to the extreme. For some it's a hobby, to others it's an entire career. The camera plays a pivotal role to the fashion world. It's how the images are portrayed to the general public; it's not just through word of mouth. It brings me great joy when I see that type of appreciation to photography in every day life. One of my good friends has, I believe, a bright future in the field of photography. When you see talent, you know it. He and his business partners are sure to be a huge hit for the masses. And I know when I get to that "stage" he'll be my "go-to" photographer - the first choice on the list. Don't forget to visit their site and I'm sure you will be more than interested: Brandon-David.com