Reflections on photography in the digital revolution we live in today.
Photography Today as art and modern imagery brings you to a new place through powerful and beautiful pictures, a place you want to be. There is a strength and beauty in pictures that refreshes you and gives you hope for futures yet unexplored. Visitors to Jacquephoto.com ask, how did you do that? I say with imagination, patience, creative ideas, working with models and support staff and adding stock photography to create a convincing picture. In turn recalling the purpose they were intended for and takes you to their source for commercial or individual need.
Stock photography can create imaginative visual images within the digital revolution we have in today. There is an availability of ideas and imagery also that circulates on the internet and in social media and provides us with a rich base of ideas to use. The main ingredient is imagination and the key to a new creation and fresher imagery for marketing.
Experiences & Creation
Time and patience are important in developing modern forward images and marketing pictures. My own experiences with photojournalism both local and overseas, with models, corporate portraits, magazine features, and other areas in photography provided for me a wealth of ideas to chose from for creating some of the photos seen on Jacquephoto.com.
This creative photography today includes street styled fashion images, casual to rugged looks with mixed styles on a model and are often seen in high end fashion advertising. Some forward designs in contemporary photography are seen in many well known companies like Chanel, Prada and others, as art needs to refresh itself to stay alive, to be vibrant and awaken viewers to new to new ideas for marketing needs.
Fashion is in touch with the younger crowd and with everyday wear in street looks and more traditional ones. Viewed in Jacquephoto.com, these ads seek to inspire the viewer to dream and that is the purpose of fashion and creative commercial photography today I hope you enjoy viewing the pictures on the website. Thank you. -Sincerely, Jacque Bruni