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Senior Portraits Made Simple from Software Cinema is a training DVD that teaches you how to photograph senior portraits and retouch them in Photoshop.
The High School Senior market is one of the largest and fastest growing segments in portraiture. Mastering the techniques taught here is vital to the successful portrait photographer. In this information packed DVD Clay Blackmore, a master of classical portraiture, shows you timeless techniques for taking portraits of High School Seniors. Also included is a DVD with videos showing you exactly how the images are retouched and optimized in Photoshop.
You will learn how to create portraits that will stand the test of time, as well as how to create contemporary portraits using today's trends in senior photography. These techniques are applicable to all types of portraiture and give priceless insights on lighting, posing, and the creative use of backgrounds.
In the Retouching disc, Clay teaches you the quick, professional Photoshop techniques for retouching Senior Portraits. These methods will transform your photographs into studio quality portraits that your clients will cherish. There are 3 lessons to make your retouching go fast and be reliable.
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About the Instructor:
Clay Blackmore is one of the most passionate professional photographers in the country today and a true innovator in the world of wedding photography and portraiture. Working out of Washington, DC, Clay's style blends the beauty and timelessness of classical portraiture with spontaneity and appeal of photojournalism.