Find Your Photography Style: Create Consistent Photos Staff Pick

Tabitha Park, Really good at airline sudoku

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8 Lessons (1h 28m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:32
    • 2. How to Read Images

      27:17
    • 3. Making a Composition Grid

      4:37
    • 4. Analyzing Your Grid

      11:17
    • 5. Style Web

      9:08
    • 6. Lightroom Edit

      24:35
    • 7. Miscellaneous Tips

      6:37
    • 8. Outro

      2:09
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About This Class

Figuring out the style you're drawn to is such an important step toward creating the kind of work you look up to. When you are able to clearly understand and recreate your desired looks, your images become stronger and your portfolio or feed will look more consistent and intentional.

This class is a thorough exploration of photographic style. I'll show you how I "read" images to figure out how they were lit and captured. I'll show you how I use this technique to be able to decode and replicate these lighting and editing styles in my own work.

For the class project, we'll create an inspiration grid that features 9 striking images that inspire you. We'll analyze common themes and styles in your grid and use our observations to figure out where you fit in my 6-Part Style Web. 

By the end of this course you'll have stronger photo analysis skills. You'll be able to look at a photo and begin to understand how it was made. You'll have a better idea of what you are drawn to in a photo and how to incorporate those elements in your own work. You'll leave with an inspiration grid you can use as a stepping stone toward your ideal style. And also fun. I hope you have fun, I tried to keep things interesting and relevant for you with like, just the right amount of Smallcat's tail swishing across the screen and her little meows in the background. Thank you for watching!

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