How would you like to create portraits of family and friends, or even of yourself, that are more than simply snapshots of a likeness?
Wouldn’t it be fun to conceive an idea, plan a photo shoot, and then execute a session of shots that is far more interesting (and storytelling) than simply a subject staring at the camera?
What if you want to be the subject? Is it possible to be the photographer and the subject in a more complex photo than a selfie?
Our free eBook this week addresses this very idea.
Fine Art Photographer Stacey Hill explores the idea of conceptual interior portraiture.
Here is what Stacy shares…
- How to use the environment
- What pose to consider
- Setting it up: positioning, camera settings, and props
- How to work the lighting
- Shooting with “compositing” in mind
- Being in two places at once – photographer and subject
So if you’re up to trying some super cool conceptual portraits like the above, we have just the FREE eBook for you.
Photo Credit: Stacey Hill