Join Megan Andersen for an in-depth discussion in this video Shooting for a client, part of Advanced Craft Photography.
Let's assume that you've been hired to shoot photography for somebody else's craft. …It's a huge compliment, but it's also a huge responsibility. …You're being paid now, so there are a few things that you need to consider before …and after you accept the job. First of all, now that you're shooting …somebody else's crafts, what you want to do is really take into consider, into …consideration who your client is. Before you go and meet with them. …figure out who they are. What they do. …If you already know them then that's fine. …But really get familiar with what their style of crafting is.…
And what, what kind of things they make. What kinds of photographs they like. …And then when you show up to talk to them about the shoot. …A lot of times people really have a hard time articulating exactly what it is they …want from you. So if you can show up with some good. …Examples. Visual examples, like do you like this …style of photography. Do you like that style of photography? …That really helps clients kind of clarify what they're looking for. …
- Beyond the basic camera settings
- Advanced composition and staging techniques
- Image editing in Photoshop and Lightroom
- Shooting for a client
- Caring for your gear
- Keeping it simple
Skill Level Advanced
1. Beyond the Basic Camera Settings
2. Advanced Composition and Staging Techniques
3. Image Editing in Photoshop and Lightroom
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