The guides will give you valuable insight as to how a professional handles a situation: even if it’s pretty ugly!
Professional photographer and writer, Kent DuFault, takes you step-by-step through the process of creating a commercially viable environmental portrait that was used for a brochure.
The challenge was the location: a dusty, noisy, hot, industrial bakery with bad lighting and minimal room to work with.
Some of what you’ll learn includes-
- The Equipment Used
- Setting Goals Before The Shoot
- Scouting The Location
- The Importance Of Time Management
- Quickly Planning A Composition
- Lighting A Portrait On Location
- Handling Multiple Light Sources
- Positioning A Portrait That Includes A Highlighted Product
- Post-Production Retouching
Image Credit : Kent DuFault