Chicka-d Summer 2015 Catalog

A Well-Established Brand

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greggcestaro.com For some time now, Chicka-d brand fashions has grown into a more national company, making new and exciting Game Day Fashions for woman and girls with unique collegiate style and soft breathable fabrics by fashion designer Lauren Polt.  Plenty of fun style to choose from, in infant, tween and adult sizes. This is my second season shooting for this awesome company.  Generally for this type of catalog shoot, its a standard 4 strobe-light 4 corner situation, with 2 hot in the back and 2 exposed for model up front, all on a white background. For these, I shot most of the shoot with by 2.8 70-200mm at 80ISO at 180/sec, underexposed a couple of stops, because the 2.8 is always 2.8. The 200mm range really flattens the perspective of the long tall models. Make-up and hair by MandyHernandez.com. Here are some samples of the catalog. Find your school and retailer at chicka-d.com

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About AustinTxPhoto-Fashion Editorials and Video

I am a Photographer Graphic Designer in Austin, Cedar Park, Texas. Clean, Colorful Fashion Editorial, Beauty, Style, Glamor, and Fine Art Best Describes My Style. Austin Fashion Week Awards Best Fashion Photo 2012 and 2013. Fashion Reportage for FashionablyAustin and StyleBeacon.
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