Lighting is tricky, but if you have the tools and the time you can create some amazing shots! Check out was you can learn and give us your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org
newportraitbizpro.com – Simple infant Photography Lighting And Portrait Tips for Amazing Portraits. Visit http for more lessons
Learn How to Photograph a Portraits using North Facing Window learnmyshot.com
All aspects covered – planning, gear, choosing location, working with subject, editing and processing. A long and detailed video that I hope will demystify the process and really help people get their head around how it works – or at least how it often works for me. In reality you will work out your own process with practice. Join our new Flickr forum: www.flickr.com www.facebook.com www.mattgranger.com https
Environmental Portrait Photography is one of the most satisfying ways to capture amazing images of people. By environmental we mean shooting outside on location with available light. Bella West is one of my favourite photographers as well as a personal friend and she’s a master with available light portraiture. She rarely uses flash, is great at posing people and often introduces a graphic element into her photography. In this video I take a step back and become Bella’s photo assistant and lend a hand by holding a reflector for her as she shoots some amazing portraits of her daughters. A reflector is really handy with available light portraiture because you can add a sparkle to someone’s eyes and just lift the light a little. If you’d like to know more about photographic reflectors and using them when shooting portraits please come and learn all about them for free at www.photographycourses.biz
Colour and Black and White Photography.
Portrait photography: Using One Light to Create a Classic Portrait.
www.steeletraining.com Photographer Phil Steele gives tips on flash portrait photography and introduces his online video course which teaches off-camera strobist speedlite flash photography.
Monte Zucker teaches simple lighting patterns to make quality predictable portraits using one lighting pattern, two poses and three camera positions. He demonstrates this with both studio and window light.
Kerry from cameradojo.com shows how use two lights for portrait shots and then adds in a reflector
Phase One – www.phaseone.com Get inspired for great portraits! There is much more to a great portrait than good pose and a charismatic model. Conveying the right atmosphere in portrait photography requires creativity, good dialogue with the model and knowledge of which gear to use to capture the moment. Christian Kaufmann is an experienced portrait photographer. Based in Munich, his portrait work covers commercial, editorial and celebrity sports personalities. We had the pleasure of following Christian at a work during one of his recent projects, featuring American artist Eric Mack. You can watch the complete workflow and be inspired. Part 1 www.youtube.com Part 2: www.youtube.com Part 3 (playing): www.youtube.com Christian Kaufmann: www.christiankaufmann.com Eric Mack ericmack.com Test drive Phase One: www.phaseone.com Download Capture One: www.phaseone.com Kaufmann: “I would try to match the colors that I saw with what I see on the computer but still from seeing the piece of art on the wall onto the printed matter, you might loose bits and pieces.”
Adorama Photography TV presents “How’d They Do That” featuring Diana Elizabeth. In this episode, Mark talks with Diana about her unique style of photography. Diana is a Phoenix wedding, lifestyle and portrait photographer. To visit Diana’s web sites and for related articles and videos at the Adorama Learning Center, go here: www.adorama.com Visit www.adorama.com for more videos!
Smick.co.uk presents the M180 studio flash lighting kit in action with different setup to give you some interesting portraits hosted by Gavin Hoey
www.josesantiagotan.com Portrait plus Fashion Photography Workshop – with Jose Tan. Learn from this behind the scenes what’s happening during the photography workshops conducted by Jose Tan. A Freelance Photographer based in Bangkok, Thailand. The Portrait Photography workshop took place in Bangkok last December 2011. Photographer: Jose Tan Model: Alexandra Merle VA and Videography: Bem Era Special Thanks to: Marcel Ruijken Visit Jose Tan’s website: www.josesantiagotan.com For more info about the Photography Workshop www.josesantiagotan.com Facebook: www.Facebook.com Twitter: www.Twitter.com About the photographer: www.josesantiagotan.com
An overview of a classic three-point lighting setup used in portrait photography. Learn a lot more about photography by signing up for my free newsletter! www.edverosky.net
Adorama Photography TV presents “How’d They Do That” featuring Megan Klug. In this episode, Mark caught up with Megan at her home where she converted her garage into a very unique studio. The studio provides a unique down to earth feel for every type of photo. Megan also talks about how important it is to make her clients feel right at home from start to finish. For related articles and videos, and for more information about the products shown in this video, go here: www.adorama.com Visit www.adorama.com for more videos! Buy the following products from this episode at Adorama.com: Cannon 5D Mark II www.adorama.com Cannon 70-200mm f/2.8L www.adorama.com Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L www.adorama.com Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro www.adorama.com Photoflex OctoDome Softbox, 5′ www.adorama.com
A behind the scenes look at a senior portrait photo shoot with photographer Holli True. Learn more at lensbaby.com/senior-portrait-studio