Exclusive facebook group so that you can ask your instructor (me) questions and share your results with other students.
It’s important to learn how to shoot in more than just the safety of shade, so I’m showing you how I use all types of outdoor natural lighting.
I shoot with a film camera and a digital camera at most of my sessions. I’ll show you how I switch back and forth between the two.
exclusive facebook group
shooting with two cameras
It’s important for every photographer to know how to work all the settings on their camera so that they can create the look they want. I’m sharing what my go-to camera settings are and my shooting process.
The exact gear that I bring to every one of my sessions and what I use each item for.
Even more examples and links to everything that is talked about inside of the course.
Sharing my camera settings
What’s in my photography bag
A course workbook
We all love extras!
Don't Forget the Bonuses!
What good is all this info if you can’t actually see it in action, with a REAL couple!
You’ll be able to watch 3 uncut sessions of me photographing 3 different couples in 3 different locations.
UNCUT FOOTAGE WITH REAL COUPLES
We now know how to pose, so in this module I’m sharing how to make subtle changes with each pose to get a huge variety in the final gallery.
This technique helps keep the clients calm and relaxed because I’m not constantly moving them, and it allows me to see how they interact with each other so that I can capture who they truly are as a couple.
Also, DETAILS! Details are what tell a story. You’ll learn how to spot and capture details that matter and help tell the story of the location and the clients.
IT’S ALL IN THE DETAILS AND VARIETY
Now that we know how to prepare your clients for their session, it’s time to actually shoot!
I’m going over all my go-to moves including a variety of standing, moving, and sitting poses.
I’m even including how I pose couples individually (can’t forget those new profile pics) and posing couples with their dog!
POSING IN A NATURAL WAY
You see these stunning images of fine art photography, but are also drawn to candid moments like capturing laughter, fun, and true personality. I’ll be talking about the differences of both styles and how we can marry them both to create the best images.
You’ll also learn how to prepare your clients before their session with a planning guide and how to let your clients know what to expect before they even set foot in front of your camera.