01 Days Portrait Photography Workshop
Do you want to take your photography game to the next level? Get to learn all about the most popular genre of photography, Portrait Photography. This type of photography is an art that requires patience and talent that you can develop and enhance multifold with this comprehensive workshop! The guidance that this workshop offers is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for you to get a thorough understanding of portraits and how to best capture them.
The appeal of portrait photography is one that attracts many to the line of photography. If you are one of them, learn all the basics there are to get an extensive understanding of the genre. This, right here, is your ticket to becoming the best photographer you can be.
Know what portrait photography exactly is and what makes a portrait stand out! Learn how lighting can make or break your snapshot and how to use different types of lighting to click photographs that amaze you. Create juxtapositions of lighting and shadows for mind-blowing results.
No prerequisites except for a fiery passion for the art of photography and any device to take pictures (a camera or a smartphone)!
Master the visual language of photography. Learn to play with elements and lighting to capture the beauty of the subject of the lens. All you need to know is how to hone your creative side and use that to inspire a conglomeration of amazing snapshots.
Get to know all the tips and tricks you need to master portrait photography as a novice or an amateur right from the comfort of your home! The right mentor can make all the difference in the world. And we bring to you a mentor with capabilities and experience, not just as a professional photographer but also as a teacher who has shaped brilliant minds.
Key Takeaways From The Workshop
- Learning made fun
- Compositional Techniques for Portraits: Rule of Thirds and Leading Lines
- Communication Skills To Make Your Subject Relaxed
- Understand Why Lighting is Important
- Make Optimum Use of Artificial and Natural Lighting
- Beginner-Level Editing Tips
- Framing The Subject
- Test Your Learning With Activities and Assignments