Getting closer


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Getting closer

Chris Orwig: Because that music -- Jared Mason: Shake... baby shake! Chris Orwig: Yeah, keep going. That one, that's the one they do at the end? Jared Mason: Yeah, they just go shake? baby shake! Chris Orwig: Good music is contagious. You can't help but sing, sing along with it. And one of the things that I liked about photographing Jared on the bridge was in a sense the bridge is a big stage and Jared is a performer of sorts. And if ever you're working with someone, say an athlete, you want to ask them about the sport that they play. If it's an artist ask her about the paintings that she makes.

And by doing that you are in a sense get into the essence of who they are. You are connecting perhaps on a different level. Now, this concept is taught in every introductory photography course. Get closer, get closer, get closer. Many people take this to mean, okay, I need to physically move closer and that's only half the truth. The other half is how do I get closer emotionally, ...

Getting closer
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Getting closer provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Narrative Portraiture: On Location in New York City

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