Fashion has great influence to all females over the years because females are more into fashion styles than men. To females, fashion is a statement and determines your own personality by portraying your different styles. Fashion should be unique in every individual, however because of media influences fashion style has created a common denominator which most people imitate to become like the “supermodels”. Fashion style its has positive and negative effects to females. We will determine first the negative effects of fashion style and we will re-enforce it with positive effects.
Negative effects of fashion style
Identity. Your identity is affected with fashion style because you tend to follow what is stereotypical in the fashion world. Fashion industry created a stereotyped supermodels who are labelled to beautiful with their thin physique. Most females worked so hard just to achieve that supermodel figure, because of their misconception about being beautiful. To them a little meat is fat and being fat is not beautiful.
Financial Deficit. Stereotypical is what’s going on with fashion style. You often buy branded clothes that are very expensive and you tend to spend more beyond what you earn just to be up to date with fashion style and you end up broke or even in debt.
Peer pressure among teen females. Fashion style has influence on many young teenage girls, if you don’t wear the latest clothing from famous brands like Abercrombie and Fitch, Chanel or Dolce & Gabbana, it simply means you are not “IN” and you cannot be part of the popular girls group in your school. This adds pressure to young girls to become part of a group that more often will result to low self esteem and even depression.
Positive effects of fashion style (re-enforcement of negative effects)
Identity. In contrary to the negative effects, style will definitely help you become creative and unique with different style that will fit your personality and lifestyle. It is a matter of understanding how fashion can influence you in a positive way. It also a matter of personal choice whether or not you will follow what the media has branded beautiful. Fashion is about your own personal style, it not about looking the same like the supermodels. You can be beautiful with curves as long as you feel good inside. Beauty comes from within.
Avenue for savings. With a gigantic variety of different styles, your wardrobe will not go out of style. You can mix and match, and add a little accessories, your old will become something new and trendy. You don’t need to spend extra money to buy for super expensive branded clothing just to be “in” with fashion. Creativity is all you need with a little help tips from the experts and you will create a fashion statement in your own little way.
Be Confident. Becoming a popular is not an issue as long as you are confident with your looks. Fashion is not all about expensive designer clothes. There are more brands that offers good quality and amazing designs, than expensive designer clothes. If you are confident with your style, you will get the attention you deserve and peer pressure will no longer be an issue.
According to top designers, fashion style is not what you see on TV or magazines but it is how creative you are by turning a simple top to an astounding blouse that will set a trend in fashion world. Set your worries aside and don’t be afraid to be wonderful yourself.
Ever wonder why you just can't seem to get a beautiful picture of the snow or in the snow? The photos come out dark, making your subject virtually, unrecognizable. Even still, if you're shooting landscape, you wouldn't be able to tell if the content is Mt. Everest or Mr. Evers bushes in his backyard. There is a quick fix for both of these scenarios.
Most cameras see the snow as a brightly lit area and adjust the exposure towards middle gray to account for it. In other words, the picture comes out dark. The camera's exposure meter can't tell the difference between snow white or any other color. It simply tries to adjust the bright white towards an average scene. This leaves your breathtaking snow pictures dark and gray looking instead of vibrant white. Welcome to the world of snow photography!
Now, I guess you are wondering how you can stop the camera from doing that, so you can get the photo you desire. It's quite simple. All you have to do is adjust the exposure compensation setting on your camera to the setting that gives you the look you desire. You may want to start with EV +1 as that works well most of the time. Check the manual that came with your camera to find out how to set this on your particular camera model. It could be an EV dial marked with numbers or it could be a button with a +/- symbol on many cameras.
Getting the right exposure may take more than one try, but once you are accustomed to using the settings on your specific camera you will be taking those magnificent snow shots in no time. Tip: Take a look at the histogram if you're using a digital camera to guarantee perfect results. The beauty of having a digital camera is that you can try a few settings before getting the perfect shot. If you have a film camera, you may want to play with a test roll of film and record the settings before you do an actual "real" shoot. A plus for film camera users is that film is more forgiving with exposure than a digital camera, so you've got a lot of latitude. With that said, continue to play with camera settings. You just may find you enjoy taking some overly bright or darker photos to use for background images or to cut and play around with a digital photo program such as Adobe PhotoShop.