Fashion Photography

Key Features



6 Months

The first known record of fashion photography was the portfolio of the Countess de Castiglione, Virginia Oldoini in 1856. The world’s first fashion photographer was Adolphe Braun, as he was the one responsible for shooting the first fashion model.

A majority of the artists of earlier times deserted their adopted forms and took on a more independent and natural style. Models were first photographed at the beach in different poses in 1936 by Martin Munkacsi. After World War II, fashion photography became quite popular among young men who loved to hold a camera in their hands, and among young women who had the ideal body type of a fashion model.

Today, fashion photography has evolved into a life of its own. Models and photographers are now seen as international celebrities, and enjoy the lifestyle of the rich and glamorous. But make no mistake this it is no easier for the photographer than it is the models; only a small percentage of those trying to make it actually succeed.

Our Syllabus

We have provide you the following syllabus modules in your training period.

Introduction to Photography

Principles/Rules of Photography.

Photography as an Art or Science.

Types of Photography.

Components involved in Photography.

Lighting & Light Sensitive Materials.

Types of film- Senstivity and Formats.

What is Fashion?

History of costume.


>Culture & Communication.

>What is Fashion Photography



>Techniques of Recording Fashion.

Camera and its Types

>Essential Parts Of Camera.

>Lenses of different focal length.

>Merits/Demerits of Various accessories & their uses.

>Composition & General Principles.

>Filters: Different types & Uses.

Different Light Sources & Comparative Study



>Effects of different Light Sources in Real Life.

>Effects of different Light Sources in Photography.

Aperture- Shutter Speed Relations.

>Depth of field.

Over and Under Exposures

>Handling different types of cameras.

>Taking daylight pictures.

Processing Of Black And White Film

>Equipments used in developing films.

>Getting Enlargements Printed.

Colour Spectrum

>Visible Colour Spectrum.

>Colours- Primary, Secondary, Complementary