Learn how to take professional looking portraits using studio lighting techniques from expert photographers.
The surest path to both – happiness and success is to find something you love and would do for free – and find a way to make money at it.
If you found this page then you clearly love photography but you may be wondering how to transform that passion into a true revenue stream that generates cash – but without investing a fortune in the process.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Learn everything you need to take high quality professional studio portraits, including:
How to achieve the absolute best lighting arrangements with bare minimum investment in lighting equipment!
Light meter tips guaranteed to help you get the perfect exposure for each shot!
Lighting equipment needs for each type of studio portrait photography including specific details on: kinds of lights, flashes, softboxes, reflectors, honeycombs, fresnel spots, etc.
Light modifiers secrets and how to use them to change lighting effects for greater impact!
Professional lighting setups for different styles including: high and low key; short lighting; rim lighting, chiaroscuro, etc.
Props, backgrounds, posing tips
Homework assignments with each lesson that are reviewed and graded by your very own professional tutor
Constructive feedback on each and every assignment guaranteed to help you improve with each shot you take
Videos of each lesson that take you step-by-step through each lesson[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]
Proud Photography not only helped me see the picture before I even take it, they taught me how…
the class was very good
I think the Proud Photography portrait lighting class was very good. Here are the pros and cons:
pros… takes student from beginning to a level where they’re progressing, lots of information not easily found on web, emphasis on professionalism, demonstration videos, accountability, interactive and positive critique.
cons…confusing tutor contact, slow response to questions and critiquing assignments, no online chatting with tutor available,
Overall I felt the class was very good for an on line class because of the assignments and feedback. Many other online classes don’t really use those teaching methods, but are just information, My philosophy of teaching and learning is, “If the student is not learning, then the teacher is not teaching.” I have learned a lot so good job Proud Photography.