Learn Model Poses for Photoshoots for Portrait and Fashion Photography. Modeling Poses for Beginners. Learn Expressions.
In this course you will learn how to pose every major part of the female body for photoshoots. Over 100 pictures are used as samples to review different poses. This course is geared towards photographers that take pictures of female models and for models that want to get better at posing for photoshoots. Once you take this course you will be confident enough to pose for standing, leaning, and sitting positions.
This course examines the relationship between the photography community and the art community and the concepts of objective and subjective beauty within art. Through learning these concepts you will be able to understand how to communicate better what it is you really wish to relay through your images so that it is more readily received by your viewers.
You'll learn the techniques for making great light with basic tools, and the best methods for helping people look their best while remaining comfortable. We'll also get into on how to use reflectors, diffusers, and simple strobe setups to maximize existing light, and adjust your camera settings to get excellent raw results.
Learn how to photograph a model for a Magazine publisher
Learn the secrets behind photographing a scene - ready for print
Interacting and communicating with the models
Equipment the Professional photographers use
Portable Studio Lighting (vibrant punchy colours) explained
Setting up a single page and a DPS (Double Page Spread) for print
Theme based photography - Styling your model for the scene
Job Assurity: Placement Support. Assist you to get JOB in top MNC’s, Mid & Small scale Companies
Resume Preparation Support
Conducted 2 to 3 Mock Tests
Mock Interviews to increase your confident level
You have opportunities to work on Real time Case Studies
Full Body Poses
Students who complete this course have the following career options
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Landscape Photography + Action Photography
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If you were an experienced studio photographer working with models on a regular basis then I would say you should only work for pay. You would have a large investment in studio space and equipment and shouldn't stray from the necessary commercial activities necessary to support your business.
But your question indicates you are not in that position. A legit Time-for-Print arrangement may help you out (see http://photo.stackexchange.com/q...). When I was taking courses in studio photography some of the students would work with aspiring models and both photographer and model benefitted by expanding their portfolios. Time is involved from both the model and the photographer and both are learning from the experience. Both are building portfolios important to their futures.
At that time I personally worked with my niece who was working toward a modeling career. We did some modern shots as well as some shots replicating 40's Hollywood style by C.S. Bull. Decades later she still has one of the prints hanging in her home and it remains a favorite of mine ( ). She was unfortunately working with a model agency that wasn't entirely legit. Lots of up-front fees for various services but little if any work down the road.
I have done and continue to do portfolio shots for people starting out in modeling, dance and gymnastics both for prospective modeling positions and for their personal development. I don't charge for this type of work... If the person gets famous they can come back to me for a paid shoot.
I will swear by these three mid-price lenses as starter lenses for fashion photography.
50mm 1.4 (full length fashion/set location)
85mm 1.4 (mid length fashion/studio)
100mm 2.8 (Beauty/jewelry/fashion)
The reason for avoiding zoom lenses when possible is because prime lenses have less glass for a sharper image. You will have faster aperture for a more shallow depth of field. You may not have the flexibility of the zoom ranges but then again that's what feet are for. I would rather have to move closer or back up from my subjects a bit than to sacrifice sharpness and clarity.
An great mid-price lens for Runway fashion photography is the Canon 24-105mm L Series. It has decent zoom with fast focus since during runway shows you don't have the freedom to move around as much.
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