Introduction to Studio Portraiture, is rated in the TOP 10% of all courses on Udemy? Great job! -Udemy 2016
I truly enjoyed your course. Your course was packed with great material which should be helpful as I attempt to break into the world of Portrait Photography. So much information, some of which is currently way over my head, but really put the field of Portrait Photography into perspective for me. Your presentation was wonderful, logically laid out, and easy to follow. Thank you.
Would you like to make money with your camera? Are you a 'people person' and LOVE photography as well? Would you like to start a home based business? If so, let me show you how to create beautiful portraits to start your path to your own photography business.
Portrait photography is popular, fun, and in-demand! If you are looking for a course to photograph people for fun or jump start your photography career and get paid, this course shows you how to create beautiful portraits.
If you dream of owning a portrait photography business this course will show you how to create beautiful portraits from head shots to full length, groups, families, and more.
In this course you will learn:
In no time you will have all the tools you need to get started creating fine portraits either in the studio or in your own home based business. And this course is designed specifically for the photographer with no lighting experience.
This course shows you how to:
By the time you finish this course you will be able to shoot great portraits of family, friends, and even clients and without a million dollars in photo gear.
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"Charlie, I have learned so much from your class, and feel as I try new lighting arrangements and combinations I do have a lot to learn. My confidence is growing in photographing portraits, and I have to admit I just love it and plan to keep on, having already added 2 lights to my set up." Gratefully, Sarah
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Photographers are not unlike other artists. Painters use paint varying shades to show shadows and highlights and photographers essentially paint their subjects with light. This is the first lesson showing you how light works.
Photographers are not unlike other artists. Painters use paint varying shades to show shadows and highlights and photographers essentially paint their subjects with light. This is the second lesson showing you how light works.
Photographers are not unlike other artists. Painters use paint varying shades to show shadows and highlights and photographers essentially paint their subjects with light. This is the third lesson showing you how light works.
This video shows you how aperture controls the strobe exposure.
This video shows you how to control ambient, also known as available lights.
This lecture provides an overview of lighting equipment.
This lecture is part 1 showing how lighting equipment works.
This lecture is part 2 showing how lighting equipment works.
This lecture gives an overview of light stands.
This lecture gives and overview of background setups.
This lecture gives an overview of lighting booms.
This lecture gives an overview of light modifiers.
This lecture gives and overview of reflectors and light panels.
You might be considering using a wireless triggers and this video describes the benefits of using these.
This lecture is an introduction to lighting people.
This lecture introduces key lights and fill lights.
This lecture provides and overview of lighting ratios.
This lectures covers the concept of one light and two light setups.
This lecture gives you an overview of lighting people and which side of the face to light.
This lecture covers accent lighting.
This lecture covers full length portraits.
This lecture looks at different methods for lighting your background.
This lecture introduces the concepts behind knockout backgrounds.
I was asked to photograph this family and in another city so I arranged to use another photographers studio and then photographed this family as a group and as individuals.
You may already know how to use your histogram, but there is a technique to use it specifically for perfect portraits and this video show you how.
Posing the head.
Posing the body.
Posing arms and hands.
This lecture looks at various techniques for creative portraits.
Most portraits need, if not require some form of retouching to remove small blemishes and lighten wrinkles. This lecture provides you simple step by step techniques to make your subjects look great.
When photographing people against white backgrounds the backgrounds dont always go white and often look gray. There is a technique using Photoshop to make backgrounds go white and this video shows how.
An introduction to beauty and glamour lighting techniques.
This first of 5 videos shows how a portrait was captured in a very small basement and then procssed for an exciting look.
This video shows more about the setup and lighting.
This video shows how the glamour look and skin softening was created in Portrait Professional software.
This video shows how additional facial restructuring and skin softening was added in Portrait Professional software.
This video lecture shows how the background was created in Photoshop.
If you feel you have hit a roadblock with your photography, just drop me a note.
Charlie Borland has been a professional photographer for over 30 years. He has traveled extensively for a wide range of clients including: Xerox, NW Airlines, Fujitsu, Nike, Blue Cross, Nationsbank, Mentor Graphics, Texas Instruments, Cellular One, Early Winters, Camelbak, Columbia Sportswear, and many more.
His imagery has been used thousands of times worldwide, including: National Geographic Adventure and Traveler, Outside, Women's Sport and Fitness, Newsweek, TV Guide, Sports Illustrated for Women, Time, Backpacker, Sunset, American Photo, Outdoor Photographer, Eco Traveler, Southern Bell, to name a few.
Charlie has taught photography throughout his career and teaches internet courses and location workshops. He has lectured on photography in the US and Middle East . He is co-author of Understanding Flash with Bryan Peterson and author of the eBook: Outdoor Flash Photography available on his website: borlandphoto(dot)com.