Long Lens

In Amber Bauerle latest post on her blog of Frosted Productions she many great examples of long lens work. In all you are able to see the background blurred out and the selected focus.

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Child Fashion Photographer

In Amber Bauerle latest blog of Frosted Production she shares her latest photography. In it she does a great job on using leading lines.AA-fashion-photographer1 big-blue-eyes pink-pants tween-boutique-fashion white-fence light-blue-eyes

 

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The lighting is really good on them because the overcast and the dusk lighting gives subject a soft and warm color.white-sky-1 tween-model  sunset

Here the subject has back light from the sun. That really isolates her from the back.tween-boutique-fashion

Lastly in this picture is well composed and uses leading light. A really good picture.big-blue-eyes

 

Frosted Productions

Frosted Productions, created and managed by Amber Bauerle, shares her latest photography. In her February 26th post titled Fall Baby Blues she takes pictures of her kids. Her very picture is amazing! The lighting is perfect and the background is beautifully blurred out.

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In her other pictures,  I’ve seen she uses leading lines or curves.

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Frosted Productions

Frosted Productions, created and managed by Amber Bauerle, shares her latest photography. In her latest post, Imagine Dragons Photos, she snaps candid pictures of a few guys dressed in 70’s attire.

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Bauerle also used black and white effects that really takes the viewer to the 1970’s. 

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Bauerle had good lighting on all her pictures. She also sticks to the rule of third.

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