Image editing involves modifying or altering images to achieve a desired quality or some required dimensions. Nowadays, there are numerous kinds of editors like raster graphic editors, and vector graphic editors. These tools allow you enhance, transform and manipulate images. Alternatively, you can use an app to edit your photos and achieve the same results that you would expect from a photo editor. Here are some of the common functions you get to use on a photo editing app.
Quiff combed and camera in hand, as the music pumps out from beloved boom box. Steven Pearson brings a great energy to the shoot with his love for being amongst other creatives and huge appetite for producing stand out images. His diverse style of photography can be tailored to match any required look and achieve any given brief.
MANGO gets Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne together to talk about their latest work, on the first day of Milan fashion week: the autumn/winter campaign #somethingincommon.
Seasons beauty taste of feelings is a project of the fashion photographer Francesco Pellegrino and the make-up artist & hair stylist Sonia Sangiorgio.
Synonymous with exciting images, the photographer Francesco Pellegrino has shot for several magazines around the world. His powerful and unusual beauty images have a well-recognized style: full of colours and emotions. Francesco and his team work every day to make each project unique.
Following a six-year "pause", here is the first look on Tom Ford’s comeback to womenswear collection photographed by Steven Meisel for the December 2010 issue of Vogue US starring models Carolyn Murphy, Anja Rubik, Joan Smalls, Stella Tennant, Amber Valletta, Karen Elson and Edita Vilkeviciute.
“I want this to be somewhere a woman knows she can go when she wants a great jacket—not a fake expensive jacket, something that has intrinsic value," says Ford of the collection.
In celebration of 10 years of digital innovation, Ralph Lauren presented on its website the ultimate fusion of art, fashion & technology in a visual feast for the 5 senses.
Through the magic of cutting-edge, architectural light-mapping technology, Ralph Lauren presented the world's first 4-dimensional experience featuring 3D imagery, digital sound effects and scents from Ralph Lauren fragrances. The shows were projected in two cities - London and New York on November 10 and posted on the brand's website.