Studio Portraiture Workshop - Idaho Falls, Idaho

Join me in this workshop and I will personally guide you to start taking professional portraits that you can be proud of. We'll cover all the basics. You'll become comfortable with the number one tool that will set your work apart and allow you to start charging more for your work. The workshop is very hands-on.  I'll teach you 4 different lighting setups as we work with a model to demonstrate each setup.






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We will cover each point of the exposure triangle and how they work together to create an image. I'll demonstrate each point and show example photos to help drive home the information.

We'll go over focus, various focus modes, focus points, and back button focus. You'll learn how to nail the focus every time!

We'll cover composition, rule of thirds, leading lines, leading the eye, and balance. Once we understand the technical aspects of exposing a photo correctly, it's time to start getting creative with composition and crafting a shot that will stand out and be something more than just a snapshot.

We'll talk about light. We'll discuss and demonstrate the different qualities of light and how to harness light to craft an image.

The last hour of class is all about applying your knowledge and getting out to practice! I provide several exercises that utilize what we've learned and will help you get well on your way to becoming an amazing photographer.

Every concept is explained and demonstrated in a way that is simple and easy to understand. Still have questions? I'm available to help you out.

Even if you've been taking photos for a while now, this course will cover foundational items that you may have not picked up on your own.

To reserve your spot I just need 2 things:
1. I need to talk to a parent or guardian either in person, on the phone, or through email or Facebook. My number is 208.557.8084.
2. A date that would work for you to shoot your first session. Morning's and Evenings work best for good light, but we can shoot just about anytime, especially on weekends. 
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