Shooting a group portrait


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Shooting a group portrait

This next segment of the shoot was really fun. I talked with Jared about photographing he and his family. Yet I knew that it was going to be difficult, because photographing one person is pretty easy, but all of a sudden, when you have a family of individuals, you have that family dynamic, you don't really know what that's going to be the like. But one thing though that you do know is that whenever you're working with kids they don't necessarily like being photographed. You make these small steps towards that final goal.

Now as you are making those small steps you have to think about what is the final goal. Whenever you have a group of people, whether it's a rock band or a family, typically the location has to be close to where you are. It's really difficult to move people far distances, especially a family. Chris Orwig: Now will you guys scoot out a little bit so you have more space? You can't go be too close to each other. There we go. Child: Come this way,...

Shooting a group portrait
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Shooting a group portrait 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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