It’s here… PHOTOSHOOT Magazine Issue 21
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Welcome and thank you to everyone who has contributed to our Issue 21. Our front cover image features the work of photographer, Clinton Lofthouse.
PHOTOSHOOT is fulfilling its vision to bring together creative individuals and contributors to produce a publication that interacts with readers, shares knowledge, showcases ability and is modern, real life and fun.
In this issue, we feature a mixture of images sent into our Gallery section. We show the work of photographers; Maria Zhytnikova and Film Noir and Dexter Morgan and Yellow.
We Focus On our cover photographer, Clinton Lofthouse, photographer, Gianvincenzo Zarino, model, Dominika Wenz and MUA, Cleo Young and her life as a progressing makeup artist.
We feature in our Your Shoot section, 3 Ways, from Brian Lewicki, Vintage, from Dynamic C, the work of Leicester Forest Photographic Society, by Jon Pearson, Blazon, from Kate Hannon, Beauty and the Blossom, from Zoe Leanne Reynolds, Green Spirit Collection, from Gianni Bach, Late One Night, from Dexter Morgan, the work of The Collective Scotland and Valak, The Demon Nun, from Rick Jones (Horrify Me).
We Review the Quadra Living Light Set by David Edwards.
Issue 21 articles are from Chris Ord and Here’s Your Invoice by David Edwards and Does the zoom lens lead to a lack of intimacy with the subject? also by David Edwards.
Events: Behind the Scenes with Roy Bridgewood – How I photographed exclusive Cirque Le Soir party, with one camera, one lens and one light (NSFW).
Starting August 2017, PHOTOSHOOT Magazine’s Cover Girl Competition and Model Academy.
… and finally, … we’ve packed the magazine with everything we love about design, photography, style, fashion and beauty.
But we want the next issue to be even better, so please get in touch with your feedback, images and ideas. We hope you enjoy our Issue 21.
Jane Kelly – Editor in Chief