Creative Portrait Photography:: Tips, tricks & Ideas for taking stunning portraits - Part I

Bernie Raffe AMPA, Award winning photographer and teacher

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16 Lessons (1h 38m)
    • 1. Course Introduction

      2:26
    • 2. Camera & lens Portrait Settings (repeated from previous course)

      11:47
    • 3. Portrait Lighting Patterns

      9:49
    • 4. Window Light:- Style I - Shooting parallel to window

      9:37
    • 5. Window Light:- Style II - Shooting with the window behind you

      5:02
    • 6. Window Light:- Style III - Shooting into the light

      4:58
    • 7. How to create an ‘Alpine’ looking portrait, and make more use of 'Top Shade'

      3:56
    • 8. Idea for adding depth to your images for a more creative portrait

      5:01
    • 9. Location session by a lake, learn how to overcome a difficult bright background

      3:34
    • 10. CP Location Session Pippa 04

      6:21
    • 11. 17 ideas & tips for getting wonderful expressions & smiles from your subjects

      10:03
    • 12. Using lines and top shade outside an office in city centre

      4:29
    • 13. Creating great portraits in a courtyard outside an office building

      8:40
    • 14. Continuing the urban session with Em, this time outside another office block

      2:42
    • 15. Continuing the urban session with Em, this time outside another office block

      4:07
    • 16. More tips on TopShade, my favourite type of natural light

      5:06
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