Shooting Portraits

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When assembling a kit of lenses for photographing a wedding, one should take into consideration the location in which the wedding is taking place, the number of guests and, of course, the type of imagery you are seeking to create.

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Photographer Neil van Niekerk says, "I was asked the following question in an interview: 'Is there a single thing that you can tell us that would improve our flash photography instantly if we were to do this one simple thing?' "

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Considered one of the top headshot photographers specializing in advertizing and commercial work, Peter Hurley’s extensive portfolio includes portraiture, models and fashion as well as actors' headshots. 

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Syl Arena's workshop in the Event Space focuses on how he shapes light and shadow for artistic effect in his portraits.

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This presentation is designed to help the non-pro take professional level portraits with the minimal amount of gear. Learn how to pick good locations (indoors and outdoors), use creative lighting techniques, connect with your subject and then retouch the images to make your subjects look amazing.

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As the only pro photographer in my neighborhood, I sometimes get asked to shoot a quick photo of an event or a friend at the very last minute. My studio is only 15 minutes away, but I do most of my file processing, printing, and gear prep in my home office.

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5 years ago