Lighting on Location for Seniors: Indoors

  • Instructors:
    Carl Caylor

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    How does PPA instructor and portrait photographer extraordinaire Carl Caylor describe his approach? “If I wouldn’t have painted it with a brush and oils on canvas that way then maybe I shouldn’t photograph it that way.”

    In this class, learn how you SHOULD photograph seniors by watching Carl do just that!

    On location in downtown Atlanta’s historic Georgian Terrace Hotel, Carl walks you through every moment of this senior session. You’ll watch and learn as Carl describes and demonstrates what he looks for in a location and why. Discover lighting techniques like metering and color balance that can make or break your portraits. Learn posing and composition tips that will let your capture the light and your subject in stunning images.

    From the beginning wardrobe selections through each stage of the shoot, Carl teaches you what to do in a fun, frank and informative manner!

    This class is a must-have in your educational arsenal – so watch it today!

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  • Duration: 0:55:45 Expand video to full screen for best view.

      • Carl Caylor

        Carl Caylor

        M.Photog.Cr., CPP

        "If beauty was only skin-deep, every photograph would reveal the same personality.  We create portraits.  An artistic expression that goes past the outer layer, beyond first impressions, and into the abyss of one's defining essence."     - Carl Caylor

        Carl is a Kodak Mentor and has been involved with photography for over 20 years. He started his photographic career in the darkroom as a custom printer and technician.  He is PPA Certified, a Master Photographer and a Craftsman with Professional Photographers of America.  He has won numerous national awards for his photography, including 17 PPA Loan Collections and several Kodak Gallery and Fuji Masterpiece Awards.  Having begun his teaching career in 1996, Carl has gained national credibility and is now a favorite instructor at photographic seminars and schools world wide.

        Carl prides himself on giving a program that contains useful information rather than just a "show and tell" session.  You will be inspired. You will be reminded of things you already know.  Most importantly, you will learn new, useful ideas that will make you a better artist and a more salable photographer. 

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