- [Instructor] All right, let's take a look at…the photographs in search of finding the keeper.…What I always like to do is to scroll through…the photographs to see what we have to work with…and we have a few different scenarios.…Kind of hanging out in his living room.…Then doing some shooting down in the garage…and then last but not least, in the backyard.…All right, with that in mind, I'll go ahead…and open the images.…I want to talk to you a little bit of the story…behind them to give you some insight…into the process and I'm going to add…a single star rating to the photographs…that are keepers.…
All right so I show up at Chris' house.…He and his son are goofing around…in the living room so I'm just taking some pictures.…These are not great photographs…but I'm just trying to integrate the camera…into what we're doing.…Next, his son wants to take some pictures…so he shoots some photographs of his dad…using my camera.…Which was pretty fun.…His dad takes some photographs of him…and, again, these aren't usable…but these are about making a connection, right?…
- Selecting keepers
- Creating collections
- Creating a strong black-and-white look
- Cropping portraits
- Retouching skin and other features
- Fine-tuning portraits
Skill Level Intermediate
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