Friday 27 September 2013 - 09:00 to 17:30 - England
Seminars Schedule - Open to members and non-members alike
Subjects covered: Boudoir, Posing, Postproduction
Type: Hands on and Classroom
Category: Training DayAll bookings are final. We reserve the right to change speakers and exhibitors without notice.
As a working photographer in Las Vegas for nearly 30 years I’ve literally photographed thousands of everyday women who want to look like the women they see in magazines, TV and movies. Photographing women of all shapes, sizes and ages requires skill in clothing selection, posing and lighting to flatter every subject. For boudoir and pin up sessions my personal motto is “if it looks good show it-if it doesn’t hide it”. By choosing flattering outfits, corrective posing, lighting and strategic placement of props and fabrics you can make any subject appear thinner and more proportioned. During our day together I will use a live model to demonstrate my best selling poses in boudoir and pinup and lighting to accent the female form. Whether you are new to boudoir and pinup photography or just want to brush up your skills I’m sure you’ll find some great information to take home!
Some of the topics we’ll cover are:
Corrective posing to make every woman look their best
The lingerie primer-what every photographer should know
Fun with pinup-popular themes, styles and props
Use of props, clothing and fabrics to conceal trouble spots
Lighting to accent the female form.
Simple set building to create mood in your studio
Photoshop for boudoir and pinup: quick corrections, softening skin, use of special brushes and shapes for pinups
The psychology of selling to women
Brook Mollington Banastre Hotel & Spa
Park Gate Road
Car Park: Yes
Accommodation: At Venue
Refreshments: Not included
Lunch: Not included
Catering: At Venue
Cost: Members £80 non members £120
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