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There are many things to say when trying to book a wedding. But what are the things you should not say when trying to book one?
Everything in this video is what NOT to say or do.
Have you said something when trying to book a client that came off the wrong way?
Disclaimer: This video is parody and completely made up, the things that are said are not serious or true.
Growing as an artist and photographer can be a slow progression. What I really enjoyed seeing in this Rapid Fire Critique was that the photographer went from the Canon Rebel XSI to a Canon 6D.
You can see how the quality of the images changed over the set of images. Now I am not saying the quality changed because of the gear I am saying that the photographer was growing and capturing more interesting images.
This set showcases mostly keepers with a few of the images being head scratchers. Most of the images are close and with small tweaks will turn into really solid images. For example the Captain America shirt photo, it’s exposure is spot on but the subject is not connected in the image and the stair way is creeping into the side of the image. With a small tweak and some direction to the model the image would end up being a winner.
All and all really nice job, I look forward to seeing you progression.
Don’t forget that I do get hundreds of submissions a week and will not be able to critique everyones work. It is possible in the future that I will be adding a members section to the website where more critiques may be possible.
Thanks for watching and thank you to AdoramaPIX for supporting the critiques.
Follow along as I give you a first person perspective on photographing Maria as she works out at the gym. My goal for this 5 Min Portrait is to show you exactly how I handle a real world photo shoot. I make sure to stop and explain as much as possible throughout so you have a full understanding on how and why I made the changes I made. Click Here to see the full res exports from the shoot.
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This time around I broke out the Nikon D4s with four different lenses to make sure I gave myself plenty of different angles and looks. I used the Nikon 14-24 2.8, Nikon 24-70 2.8, Nikon 70-200 2.8 VRII and the Nikon 200-400 F4 VRII that I borrowed from BorrowedLenses.com.
I know some people like to keep one lens on their camera for an entire shoot and others worry about dust in the camera when they change lenses in the field. I am actually curious how many times I switched lenses during this shoot if anyone cares to count.