Wedding Photography 2: Posing a Couple for Wedding or Engagement Photos

Phil Ebiner, Video Creator | VideoSchoolOnline.com

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12 Lessons (45m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:37
    • 2. Project: Practice Taking Photos of a Couple

      0:51
    • 3. Live Poses

      13:18
    • 4. How to Shoot Posed Wedding Shots

      13:21
    • 5. Using Pinterest to find Inspirational Photos

      2:00
    • 6. Intro to Engagement Photos

      0:37
    • 7. Equipment for Engagement Shoots

      0:51
    • 8. How much to charge for engagement photos

      1:03
    • 9. Picking the Perfect Location for Engagement Photos

      1:58
    • 10. Tips for Posing and Interacting with Clients

      1:13
    • 11. Engagement Photo Examples

      6:49
    • 12. Thank You and What's Next?

      0:57
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