How do you handle shooting a wedding in a less than perfect location? What's the best way to get the perfect pose for a special image? Join international award-winning photographer and Canon Explorer of Light Roberto Valenzuela as he shows you how to take the guesswork out of maximizing your location and determining the best way to pose your subjects.
By the end of this class, you'll be able to approach your next wedding with confidence.
Summary (Generated from Transcript)
Theme: The theme of this class is location, posing, and execution in photography. The class focuses on how to utilize different locations, elements, and lighting techniques to create impactful and visually interesting photographs.
Learned Topics: Students will learn about the importance of understanding the struggles and frustrations of photographers, common struggles photographers face in terms of location and lighting, improving posing skills, the significance of continuous learning and evolution, understanding the language of photography, making work stand out regardless of the economy, and the role of talent in becoming a successful photographer. They will also learn about transforming objects in a location to create interesting backgrounds, using patterns and repetitions in a location, considering colors in the background, utilizing shadows and reflections, balancing background and subject clothing colors, and practicing location vocabulary.
Benefits: Learning the topics in this class provides students with the skills and knowledge to improve their photography. They will be able to create unique and visually compelling images, effectively communicate their vision through location, posing, and execution, and adapt to different photography settings and challenges. By understanding the struggles and frustrations of photographers, they will be better equipped to overcome obstacles and find creative solutions.