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Learning Library Photo Skills, Wedding Skills
Photographing bridal portraits is a crucial part of any wedding day. As a working wedding photographer, it is important that you learn how to create elegant, technically superb, and creative bridal portraits for all of your wedding clients. This class by award-winning Brooklyn wedding photographer Susan Stripling will help you learn everything that you need to create spectacular wedding day bridal portraits for your clients.
You will finish the online course knowing everything there is to create a beautiful, flattering bridal portrait. This class will include:
- Camera details
- Camera settings
- Shooting bridal portraits inside
- Shooting bridal portraits outside
- Troubleshooting and frequently asked questions
At the end of this class you will be able to go into any wedding day and handle photographing bridal portraits with style, ease, and technical precision. You will no longer struggle to find good indoor light, or worry over shooting in harsh sun. You will understand how to pose a bride in a natural, flattering manner.
Would the Canon 100mm2.8 be a good substitute for an 85mm 1.2 lens for a bridal portrait?
when shooting for the semi silouhette (like what was done indoor with the veil by the window tossing it etc,) what are you ‘metering’ for? I struggle with getting a decent shadow with out gettinig like blown out from window light, does that even make sense?
The highlights on her face!
Great class. There is just one improvement/whish I want to say: For the outdoor class it would be great to see you also directing the bride like indoor. Not just the results also the way. 😉 I really like those live shooting things. Please give us more of them. With different brides different situations. Thank you a lot!
Can you please what you were doing with the reflector with the square cut out of the middle?
@andrea_mosley:disqus, Susan answered your question in this week’s Q&A: http://theweddingschool.net/course/weekly-march2016/?v=3&t=397