DIY Fashion Shoot Book by We are Photogirls


DIY Fashion Shoot Book by We are Photogirls

We Are Photogirls duo Emily Stein and Celia Willis run fashion photography projects, throw fashion shoot events for teen guests and work with would-be teenage stylists, art directors and photographers, tutoring them in all aspects of fashion photography. DIY Fashion Shoot Book features their favourite exercises for school-age fashionistas choose from Style Scouting (for a whimsical day-long Dream A Little Dream of Me shoot), Fashion Family Portraiture (be inspired by the super-kitsch 1980s and style up your nearest and dearest), or achieve the porcelain, living-doll look of the Marie Antoinette Make-up Technique. Each challenge is accompanied by cutting-edge photography, step-by-steps, DIY research for ideas, and tips on how to get your friends to take part. Crammed with 40 shoot ideas, ranging from full-day and half-day challenges to a 20-minute off-the-wall styling competition, DIY Fashion Shoot Book will energise even the most bored teenager. Fun, inspiring and bursting with pull-out ideas and challenges, it is the book for teenage girls who love fashion and photography, and dreaming up ideas.


Packed with clear information, colorful photos (mostly artists

, and quotes from the fashion famous, the breezy you-can-do-it text encourages kids to spend the time to research and develop their ideas, dream big, and feel free to experiment and make mistakes. - School Library Journal

About the Author

Emily Stein and Celia Willis set up We Are Photogirls in 2005 and have been celebrating teen style and creativity by opening up the world of fashion photography to teenagers ever since. They work with galleries, schools, charities, brands, museums, private clients and community groups as well as running school holiday workshops.

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142 pages


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Publication date

3rd February 2014



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