October 9, 2019
at 9:00am -
with Dajuan M Jones, George P. Joell, III, Cr.Photog.
This course is designed to teach the students how to master the wedding day like a professional photographer.
It will explain the preparation process that starts well before the wedding day even begins. You will learn how to effectively communicate with the Bride and Groom to extract the information needed to ensure you are capturing the perfect images to sell the couple a beautiful wedding album. You will be taught step by step how to use the final consultation form to make sure every detail is covered and the clients expectations are exceeded.
You will be guided though the start of the wedding day and explain how to transitions from the Bridal Prep to the Ceremony and from the Ceremony to the Family Formal and Reception.
You will be taught the wedding day workflow, which has been perfected through trial and error, that will give you a winning edge. The techniques taught, will give you the confidence to demand the time you need to accomplish each segment of the wedding day without overshadowing the wedding coordinators plan. These techniques and methods will help you navigate the entire wedding day like a Pro.
Your instructors, George and DaJuan, will demonstrate how they use an assistants/second photographer to setup and execute the wedding day photography flawlessly. They will also demonstrate lighting techniques for the Bridal Prep, Formals, and Reception, as well as how they handle the family dynamics and posing. This is a hands-on class.
This class is designed for anyone just getting started in wedding photography, to the seasoned professional looking for a better and easier way to get the job done. By the end of the class, you will have learned some valuable tips and tricks that will ensure you a successful wedding day.
Items to Bring: What to bring: Camera, Lens (short, medium, telephoto, prime, and zoom), On Camera Speedlight, Off Camera Strobe, Light modifiers, tripod, pen and notebook.
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