The Ultimate Posing Flow For Portrait Photographers by Sandy Dee


The Ultimate Posing Flow For Portrait Photographers by Sandy Dee
The Ultimate Posing Flow For Portrait Photographers by Sandy Dee
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 5 Hours | 5.29 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

In our photo studio we have led over 50 photography workshops so far, specializing in creating conceptual photoshoots. And knowing how to pose a model or client is a big part of a successful shoot. I realized that most of my students were really savvy about photography techniques and new technology but started to freeze when they had to pose the model.
One of the most important skills that you will need to develop as a portrait photographer is being able to direct your subjects into the right pose. It will make your model or client feel natural, and your photography session will flow.
At the end of this course, you will know how to pose your clients and models for the most flattering pictures. If you watched my tutorial ‘posing like a pro’ or if you have already learned the foundations of posing for portrait photography, this course takes those lessons even further by bringing you into my studio where you can watch how I put it all together into a real shoot to create the ‘posing flow’.
To give you a real life experience, I will show you how I work with a model versus a couple that never stood in front of the camera. None of the shoots are rehearsed with the exception that I briefed our model Rebecca to bring some different wardrobe items for variety. This means you will see realistic posing problems and questions that your client or model might have, and how I communicate with them to bring them into the right pose.
The entire tutorial is shot from my point of view, so you are more than just a fly on the wall - you see everything almost exactly as if you were behind the camera! Each time I take a shot, the image is overlaid so you can see the result straight away. There is no post production on them - they are ‘SOOC’ - straight out of camera with the exception that they are cropped in ACR. Sometimes I’ve also adjusted the white balance because different styles of image look best when they are warmer or cooler in tone.

In this course you will learn:
- How to pose models and clients - females, males, and couples.
- Standing vs sitting poses, and tips for slimming bigger clients
- How to quickly create different styles to offer more variety and enhanced sales: from headshots, beauty, dreamy, fashion, edgy, and more.
- Getting creative with concepts such as my trademark ‘lying on the floor’ setup
- How to modify your communication style for experienced models vs regular clients
- How to create an amazing experience and have fun while still getting the shot

What Will I Learn?
Pose models and clients - females, males, and couples.
Quickly create different styles to offer more variety and enhanced sales: from headshots, beauty, dreamy, fashion, edgy, and more
Understand standing vs sitting poses
Know which techniques help to slim bigger clients
Get creative with concepts such as my trademark ‘lying on the floor’ setup
Modify your communication style for experienced models vs regular clients
Create an amazing experience and have fun while still getting the shot

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