In this course, you will :
- Learn how to take a series of images using various lighting techniques and how to experiment with composition to define perspective.
- Learn the distinctions between lenses and when to use each. Learn about good post-production processes and how to show off your work to the world.
- Discover Julia's method for developing a solid pre-production plan and finding inspiration for your shoot.
- Discover how detail, overview, and transition shots can be used to tell a story through photography. She also discusses location scouting and creating a mood board.
- explores the streets of Madrid while teaching how to shoot in various lighting situations, but it can be applied to your own city
- demonstrates how to use side light, backlight, and front light.
- Composition and perspective are discussed, as well as how they can be used to create a narrative.
- Recognize when it is best to use specific lenses, such as a wide angle, a 50mm, or a telephoto.
- enter post-production Learn all of Julia's Adobe Lightroom editing tips and tricks. To begin, choose and tag your best images to aid in the organisation of your workflow.
- Concentrate on how to edit images, create presets, and export files correctly.
- Planning Your Visit
- Creating a Mood Board
- Location Scouting
- Storytelling and Getting Inspiration
2. Field Day in the City of Madrid
- Compositions and Perspective
- Lenses and Tips and Tricks
- Studying Light
- Editing and Delivering Images
- Data Management
- Selecting and Tagging Images
4. Sharing Your Work and Finding Clients
- Instagram and Social Media
- Tips and Tricks on How to Reach Out to Client
- How to Create an Appealing Portfolio