Painting with Pictures: Creating Conceptual Photography Premium class

Lara Zankoul, Photographer

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18 Videos (1h 12m)
    • Trailer

      1:10
    • Concept: Inspiration

      8:58
    • Concept: Motivational Tips

      5:40
    • Narrative: Creating Context

      4:34
    • Narrative: Metaphor

      2:53
    • Narrative: The Power of Symbolism

      2:54
    • Narrative: Examples

      6:17
    • Narrative: Tension

      2:27
    • Art Direction

      1:14
    • Art Direction: Color

      2:28
    • Art Direction: Props

      3:54
    • Art Direction: Wardrobe

      1:12
    • Art Direction: Location

      2:44
    • Technique

      3:44
    • Technique: Angle

      1:24
    • Technique: Composition

      2:54
    • Technique: Exposure

      3:23
    • Editing: Post-Processing

      13:40

About This Class

Paint with pictures by staging and shooting a conceptual photoshoot. Demonstrate your understanding of color, props, lighting, and location by telling a narrative through your photos.

Focus on the creative thinking behind conceptual photos with fine-art photographer Lara Zankoul's 70 minute guide. The class covers advice and tips to sharpen your creative thinking when coming up with conceptual photos, as well as a post processing overview to enhance your photos. Whether you are a beginner or a pro, this course is intended to improve your conceptual photography through lessons from a pro. By the end of this class, you'll capture a series of photographs that best execute your vision.

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Great overview of conceptual photography...get inspired, plan, and execute a conceptual photo! As a photographer, this was a great thought starter for me. I'm excited to plan a photoshoot!
great ideas backed by experience. keeps it succinct.
Great take, A to Z, on conceptual portraiture.

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Lara Zankoul

Photographer

Lara Zankoul is a Lebanese fine-art photographer. She's been photographing for 5 years and is represented by Ayyam, one of the most prominent galleries in the Middle East. Being a self taught photographer, she has learned through experimentation, trial and error, and the internet.