Learn Portrait Photography Techniques from Experts
portrait photography is the most popular genre in photography. Capturing better portraitures from family and friends or taking it to the next level and photographing portrait as a business.
Although fundamentals, such as exposure and composition, are the same in portrait photography, a few extra steps a portrait photographer should take.
Some of these extra steps do not have anything to do with the photography skill, but rather feeling confident while taking portraitures.
For instance, when a photographer is relaxed, clients get comfortable in front of the camera. Therefore, you capture fabulous images.
Portrait Photography Skills
I highlight all possible scenarios in the Portrait Photography Class and explain the solution to solve the issues.
There are models for Portrait Photography Class, and in the last session, you try a variety of these skills with models. It is all hands-on workshops.
Natural Light Portrait Photography Class
Wednesday, October 14th from 6:00-8:30 pm
Classroom session covers camera settings, exposure modes, metering modes, ISO, White Balance. I also discuss elements that you need to consider for choosing an outdoor spot, modifying light using reflectors or other modifiers. You learn female and male posing skills, and how to create natural-looking poses, and more.
Course suitable for:
This intensive and fun portrait Workshop has been designed for those wanting professional yet straightforward portrait photography and posing workflow to capture outstanding portrait and headshots.
Some of the highlights of the class:
- Understanding camera settings
- Learning Posing for Female and male models
- Icebreaking skills
- and much more!
What to Bring
A camera with manual control (Such as DSLR or Mirror-less camera), a lens with a minimum 50mm focal length (please contact us if you have questions regarding your camera and lenses), a fully charged battery, memory card, and many questions. If you own a reflector, please bring it with you. We supply some reflectors, and it is always good to have more!
Basic photography knowledge in Exposure.
Part two: Outdoor Field Photography session
Saturday, October 17th from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
This part is all in the field. Your instructor checks camera settings and provides suggestions for participants. All students gather into smaller groups made up of three photographers, and each group has a model to work. Your instructor is there to answer your questions. This three-hour session gives you plenty of time to shoot perfect portraits and learn Ted’s list of Do’s and Don’ts.
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Portrait Photography Skills
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Ted and the Omnilargess Team