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In Part 2 of this four-part series, Sony Artisan of Imagery Tony Gale teaches you the basics of creating portraits in a studio setting. 0:00 - Introduction 5:40 - Studios: What to Know About Studios 13:38 - Planning & Gear 21:14 - Lighting 27:28 - Controlling the Background 35:55 - Controlling the Light 45:54 - Studios that You Can Rent with Props and Sets 45:53 - Final Thoughts Sponsored by See more of this series here: -
In part one of this four-part series, Sony Artisan of Imagery Tony Gale teaches you about the planning process for booking a portrait session. 0:00 - Introduction 5:43 - Concept 10:34 - Gear: Camera, Lenses, Lights, and More 26:31 - Cast 34:43 - There Are Many Ways to Find People to Photograph 39:05 - Where is the Photo Shoot? 42:15 - Final thoughts, Q&A Sponsored by See more of this series here: -
Francisca Roura, children’s portrait photographer, gives an in-depth talk about her vision and technique for the intricacies of photographing children, including important tips on how to work with the little darlings. 0:00 - Introduction 1:54 - Roura's Work 6:35 - The Relevance of Portraits 7:49 - Roura's Key Advice 12:08 - Useful Tips for Portraits 13:07 - Apparel, Accessories, and Poses 14:47 - Making the Children Feel Comfortable 16:24 - Final Thoughts 17:00 - Q&A
So how do you photograph anyone? Glyn Dewis discusses how technical photography knowledge isn't enough to take great portraits: connecting with your subject, being relatable, and doing what’s right for them will level up your images. 0:00 - Intro 3:07 - Glyn's Advice 48:37 - Q&A Did you find these tips helpful? Let us know in the Comments section, below. Sponsored by
Camera lenses, strobes, and light modifiers are all a part of taking dynamic sports portraits. In this B&H Online Video, photographer Matt Hernandez shares 5 tips for creating great sports portraiture. Are you a sports photographer? How will you apply Hernandez’s portrait tips? Leave a comment below.