Nikon Launches “Look Good in Pictures” with Carson Kressley

Nikon Launches Look Good in Pictures with Carson Kressley

Look Good in Pictures is Nikon’s How-to series with style guru Carson Kressley. The interactive site showcases acclaimed Nikon photographers and stylists teaching photogenic tricks that help people look and feel their best whenever they find themselves in front of a camera.

The “Carson’s Time Square Clinic” episode brings shivering tourists and lunch time pedestrians off the streets of New York and in front of a camera for a quick tutorial with Carson Kressley and photographer Steve Simon. Viewers can watch as the elated visitors’ mug shots go from dull to dazzling with simple, easy-to-emulate tips.

Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Becky Smith, the series covers topics including online profiles, red carpet insight, vacations, holidays, babies, pregnancy photos and even what to consider when buying a camera for a particular photo moment.

Professionals offering advice include portrait photographer Steve Simon, baby photographer Carrie Sandoval, celebrity photographer Lester Cohen and wedding photographer Susan Stripling.

[Site: Look Good in Pictures]

Chris Malinao

About Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.

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