Headshots and executive portraits can be a little tricky and in this class we will cover how to help your client choose wardrobe, how to handle bad wardrobe when you don't have a choice, background choices, lenses, settings and lighting.
As an editorial and commercial photographer, sometimes we have to create portraits in a fast manor and still have them magazine worthy. The skill and practice of looking at a person, and thinking about what they do for a living, the image they need to portray, is one of a quick formula.
This formula of wardrobe, background, posing, and lighting can make your life much easier!
We will have a model available, and will also be offering the opportunity for YOU to be the subject and get a cool headshot!
Bring your lunch, your camera, and a note book - and if you'd like to have a pro headshot done, bring your wardrobe!
Course Items: Camera (DSLR preferred)
Lens - bring what you have within 70mm to 200mm
Light meter (if you have one)
Color Checker (if you have one)
Wardrobe if you want to be photographed