For many photographers from novice to professional, the concept of mixing flash and daylight in portrait photography is a subject that causes their blood to run cold! When forced to use flash in such conditions, the results are often barely acceptable snapshots with bright faces and no shape.
Join host Joe Brady in this Live Video Presentation sponsored by Sekonic as we take away the mystery of blending flash with ambient light. The combination of off-camera flash and a light meter to measure ambient and flash contributions will give you complete control to craft portraits your clients will love.
Featuring Guest Photographer and Educator, Frank Dispensa
While rules are often meant to be broken, knowing the techniques to create classic posing and classic lighting patterns are skills every portrait photographer should know. Join host Joe Brady and his special guest Frank Dispensa as many common posing situations for photographers are analyzed.
From headshots to full-length, sitting and standing, Frank will explore how light direction, body angle, head tilt, and hand and arms position can make the difference between an unflattering portrait and a great one making subjects look their best.
If you’ve never been taught how to pose, this free Webinar sponsored by Sekonic is a must-see event. Knowing how to pose — even when your informal shots are “not posed” — will let you capture your subjects at their most flattering best. When your clients look good, you look good, and so will your photography business.
As many people have proclaimed, day to night or night to day time-lapses are the ‘holy grail’ of time-lapse shooting. They tend to draw the attention of viewers because of their assumed complexity. At the same time, what people don’t understand is that they aren’t as tough to achieve as they appear. In this video, I will walk you through a few different ways of capturing these types of shots.