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Ask T: How Do You Get the Clothes for Magazine Pictures?

  Time for another round of “Ask T”! This is not so much a styling question as it is a stylist question: Hi Tamia, I really like your work in A-Line magazine!  I’ve always wondered how you get the clothes for photo shoots. Do you have to buy a bunch of stuff? If so, who pays for it and where do you keep it? ~K Hi K, I’m freelance, so I usually pitch an idea...

The Red Skirt Diaries

I’m still working on adding color to my wardrobe, and right now I seem to be obsessed with bright bottoms like this red skirt and those green jeans. I’m pretty proud of myself for (mostly) sticking to my palette! H&M sweater; Forever21 skirt & earrings; Jessica Simpson Boots; eight sixty striped top. Who says I’m not a mallrat? Sometimes I have to laugh at myself, because anyone who’s ever taken self-portraits in public knows it...

Overcoated

An not-so-sudden attack of The Procrastinations means I have lots of last-minute shopping to do. Running around town in a panic seems like a good time to wear an overcoat, right? Thrifted coat, pants, vest, and blouse; vintage gloves and heels …And I’m off! Happy shopping!

Current Obsession: Camera Purses

Camera bags exist to serve a very specific function: to safely and securely hold camera equipment. Most have padded compartments designed to fit a DSLR camera body, a lens or two, a flash, and maybe spot for cash and keys. Unfortunately, they’re usually UGLY. I’m talking black-and-gray-nylon-and-elasticized-mesh ugly. When I’m carrying my camera around getting street style shots or working on a photography project, I prefer to carry a bag that will fit my equipment...

How To: Create Image Maps for Your Blog

You know those online collages that let you click on different pictures to go to different sites, like in a blog post, email newsletter, or on a Facebook landing page? There’s a good chance it was an image map. Image maps allow you to hyperlink areas of a single image to various URLs (websites) without “slicing” the image into separate files. They come in handy when you want an easy way to create a composite...