Image Review Workshop
Following the success of this workshop at the National Portrait Gallery in January, I’m pleased to be offering the Posing Everyday People workshop once again. The art of posing everyday people is not taught often in the photography industry so I’m here to share with you all my posing secrets. From how to make your subject feel comfortable, to getting awkward people to move in front of your lens. I’ll show you how body language is read in every pose from the head to the fingertips. Whether your aim is to create conceptual portraits for your portfolio or commercial headshots, the principles of posing and reading body language are worth understanding and help translate into a successful portrait.
Date | Thursday 28th April
Time | 7pm-8pm
Where | Over on Zoom
What you will learn | This interactive workshop is full of hands-on experience.
- How to direct your subject to move their body
- How to look for the right body language to tell the story you want
- How to get your subject to feel comfortable in front of the camera and other communication techniques
- Working with props
- Different posing styles and much more
Who is it for | Photographers at all levels
What you need | Submit 6 images to firstname.lastname@example.org by 25th April for reviewing in the class.
Availability: In stock