New Look Glamor Photography

I have always been fascinated with the “Golden Years of Hollywood” look – images from the 30s, 40s and early 50s of Hollywood stars. I decided I would create a new look/product line based on this concept. The result is my “New Look Glamor”. But what is “New Look Glamor Photography”?

New Look Glamor
New Look Glamor

New Look Glamor Photography is simple, uncluttered and timeless. Through the use of very controlled lighting and corrective posing, I reveal the subject’s beauty and minimize their flaws.

New Look Glamor Photography is not revealing.  An image can be fun and sensual without being revealing.

New Look Glamor Photography is not “Glamour Shots.” I do not rely on heavy make-up or props and use much more flattering posing and lighting.

All women want to appear beautiful and glamorous. This product is targeted towards women that are 19-30, but any woman is welcome. I believe I can make any person – any woman – look beautiful.

Network of sites:  General Portraits, Weddings, Seniors

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Clayton Blosser

Clayton is a multi-talented guy.  He plays cello, he is an Eagle Scout and has restored a VW Thing that was put out to pasture.  He was a little unsure about the whole picture thing when we started, but he got to talking and he relaxed and we had a great session.  It was a lot of fun and he and his mother really like the images.

Click on any image to enlarge.  Return to NormanSenior.com or FosterPhotographicArts.com

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Warren First Family Portrait

I had the privilege of photographing the wedding of Matt and Amber several years ago.  I was excited to hear they would be having a baby and offered them a “First Family Portrait”.   These images, done in black and white, are so dramatic and timeless.   It was great working with them and Christopher.  Christopher liked to sleep, which is good.  It’s easier to photograph a sleeping baby than a crying baby.

Click on images to enlarge.  You can also see the images in this YouTube video.  Return to Foster Photographic Arts.com

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