P O R T F O L I O FA S H I O N P H O T O G R A P H Y
CERTIFICATE This is to certify that the Photography Level - III portfolio titled “Fashion Photography – Outdoor & Indoor” is a record of fashion Photography work done by the students, Komal Lakhwani, Navneet Kaur, Rashi Sharma, Raunak Agarwal, Riya Singhai, M.Zeeshan as Regular students for the degree of B.Des Fashion Communication during the period of 2017, which represents as group work and does not form the base for any previous work. PLACE: NIFT Campus, Bengaluru DATE : 14-DEC-17
Under the Guidance B.Raja Assistant Professor Department Of Fashion Communication National Institute of Fashion Technology Bangalore - 560102.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We would like to express our special thanks of gratitude to our teacher Mr. B.Raja who gave us the golden opportunity to do this wonderful project, which also helped us buliding our group work capability and wecame to know about so many new things we are really thankful to them. Secondly we would also like to thank our parents and friends who helped us a lot in finalizing this project within the limited time frame.
C O N T E N T S
01 OUTDOOR SHOOT 1 PRINT AD BEST SHOT
02 OUTDOOR SHOOT 2 PRINT AD BEST SHOT
03 STUDIO SHOOT 1 PRINT AD BEST SHOT
Shoot I OUTDOOR SHOOT
n dusty, smoke-lit studios, a succession of great directors create classic of all times. Meanwhile, narrow ties return and black and white cinema is about to pass into history. MODEL : MAYANK KUMAR
INSPIRATION 1990’S FASHION INSPIRED FROM ‘FRIENDS’ The very thing that was brilliant about Friends is what holds it back from being given its style dues. It may be insufficiently edgy to get the inspiration name at famous fashion weeks, but the Friends look is still powerful. There is a gender-neutral aesthetic back to Joey Tribbiani, if you watch the show now you notice how remarkably similar the fabrics, colours and styles are between the male and female characters. Tailoring was boxy and over-sized in shirts, use of suspenders, oversized blazers, all of it giving a very retro yet casual and comfortable look.
Shoot 2 OUTDOOR SHOOT
TRIBAL FACE PAINTING
reation in black and white of patterns you can find in traditional tribal paintings, objects and clothes. Human faces have no inherent hard lines or edges, so lines or strong geometric shapes immediately make the face “nonhuman” and ready to become “other”. They turn the face into a mask. The first goal of tribal makeup is to disguise the wearer, or more precisely, to remove his individual human identity, the ultimate goal is to create another identity — to turn them into something new. MODEL : RASHI SHARMA
Shoot III INDOOR / STUDIO SHOOT
op is everything art hasn‘t been for the last two decades. It‘s basically the U-turn back to a representational visual communication, moving at a break-away speed...Pop is a re-enlistment in the world. It is the American Dream, optimistic, generous and naïve. MODEL : URVASHI PARMAR
INSPIRATION Pop Art is the movement in art when artists began to create art with the subject of things that are the iconic in nature such as famous people, advertising, and movies. Should we ask how Pop art made a comeback or should we ask how come it never actually stopped being mainstream? There are numerous Pop art exhibitions taking place this year alone: The World Goes Pop at Tate Modern, Pure Pop Art Exhibition celebrated or revisited through more contemporary eyes. Pop art continues to be an inexhaustible source of inspiration for fashion, design, the entertainment industry, adverting methods, popular culture in general, over and over again. Andy Warhol made several versions of a portrait of Marilyn Monroe during the 1960s, creating the most iconic image of the actress â€“ and Pop Art in general. Inspired from the same, we used bright and bold eyes-shadow of yellow colour, taken from the colour scheme of Pop Art. The costume features a multicolored, comic-inspired pencil skirt with a bright yellow crop top and a candy apple red coloured blazer.