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#1 Danny Lachman

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Posted 29 August 2008 - 11:31 AM

Hi,
I'm looking for suggestions on how to get the look of early 90s fashion photography. I noticed that there are often pale colors with lots of highlights and usually a subtle color scheme.

I posted a link as to what I'm going for it's not the first picture brought up but the one that comes up when you press "next" - it's of a bunch of guys lined up - I want to get that sort of golden tone and pale color but I don't know where I should start -
my guess was to push slide film but I'd like to use regular negative color film. Thanks!
LINK:
http://www.filmforum...opsueyshow.html
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#2 Danny Lachman

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Posted 04 September 2008 - 11:04 AM

come on somebody has to know something - most of the veterans on this site were doing a lot of camera work in the 90s right?
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