Have you been hesitant to take the leap from photographing stationary objects to people? Find it a struggle to work in natural light and have questions about which camera settings to use? And have you worried about how to pose clients in an authentic way? Then this workshop is for you!
Join Kim Loch at Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum in Chicago at 9:00 am on Saturday, June 23rd for an overview of the fundamentals related to photographing couples, PLUS a two-hour styled shootout with local models! Kim will share best practices for photographing couples in natural light while guiding our models through a variety of poses so you can capture images that will help build your portraiture portfolio.
Following lunch, the class will regroup at the school (4001 N. Ravenswood Ave.) at 1:30 pm to begin downloading and processing the photos you took that morning. Kim will debrief the group on what you learned from interacting with clients earlier in the day and show you her system for developing images using Lightroom. You will complete the afternoon by printing your favorite photos from the day and the session will conclude around 5:00 pm. Bring your camera, questions, and curiosity!