Create portraits that will make your clients smile. Learn how to capture, edit, and share professional photographs of high school seniors.
- [Derrick] Have you been called upon to create professional looking portraits of high school seniors whom you know? Or maybe you're contemplating a freelance portrait business focused on young adults. In either case, my course, Portrait Photography, High School Seniors, will provide you with the tools and training that you need to create those compelling images. Not only do I take you behind the scenes of actual photo shoots, I also show you basic editing techniques using Lightroom, Capture One Pro, and Photos for Mac OS.
Hi, I'm Derrick Story, and I've been working professionally for years as a photographer. Let me show you how to capture, edit, and share portraits that will make your client smile.
- Guidelines for senior portraits
- Setting up a portable studio
- Posing subjects
- Shooting outside
- Working with family members
- Using mirrorless cameras and smartphones
- Editing senior portraits
- Exporting and delivering images
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. The Basic Guidelines and Business of Portraiture
2. Studio Space and Posing Options
3. Working with Family Members and Shooting Outside
4. Using Mirrorless and Smartphones for Portraits
5. Sort and Organize the Photo Shoot
6. Edit and Enhance Your Selects
7. Deliver the Images
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