The fashion industry and the photography industry witness the same trail of trends simultaneously. On the one hand, the fashion industry manages the desire of millions of people, on the other, the photography industry acts as a catalyst in fulfilling those desires, which is why the fashion industry’s popularity increases and the fashion portrait comes to the fore.
Fashion photography never remains constant; there are always a lot of opportunities to work with the original location, actualise a bold scene, and use unique decorations, styles, and solutions. The trends of this industry are created by the designers, models and of course, the photographers.
The talented vision of photographers allows us to glance at the shiny pages of fashion magazines. These bright pages witness a constant change of trends now and then.
Let us take you through the top 5 trends of photography which are here to stay.
When we say old is gold, it is! The nineties never goes out of fashion and can always be used in so many innovative ways. The live frames, the Polaroid, flash photos etcetera.
The world of fashion is ideal for looks, and more importantly, for makeup looks. However, with upcoming trends, no makeup look has shifted the whole focus from clothes to the subtle makeup look.
Bright, flashy tones are now running parallel to the calm tones. Extravagant outfits and costumes, crazy makeup and unusual background with fancy elements often appear in the frame.
Minimalism through black and white portraits is the need of the hour. They do not distract attention or take away the glory because of bright details and colors, which is why they are very popular as background photos for portraits, websites and in printed publications.
Pop Art Portrait
Whenever we mention pop art photography, Andy Warhol is the only name that comes to our mind. A unique look at the everyday things, an unexpected context, his portraits always conveyed an exciting story. In fashion photography, pop art portraits are no different; they tell us a story beyond the compelling and loud color portraits.