Good Morning Everybody,
Well, things are hopping around here as usual today. In addition to wrapping up the tour details today, we shift gears and start revving up for Photoshop World in two weeks. Can you believe it, only two weeks away! One of my programs is entitled "Lightroom for Wedding and Portrait Photographers".
The teeny little issue that popped up as we instructors were meeting our deadlines to get our program synopses turned in for the giant program book you see at the right Adobe releases, you guessed it, Lightroom 3. So that meant working up several additional new demos and content for the program.
I’m nearly finished with them and they are pretty cool so I hope you stop by. Anyway, like I said - a little busy around here so let's get on with today's Technique Tuesday. Here we go...
Posing Large Wedding Party Groups
Posing large wedding party groups during a fast paced wedding can sometimes be daunting and for some photographers, maybe a bit unnerving. During the wedding, you have about 35 minutes to capture the bride and groom together, (especially if they have selected not to see each other before the ceremony) all the family groups, and bridal party photographs. Throw in a 20+ person family group or an extra large wedding party, and you better know exactly what you’re doing to get the best shot with great expressions and do it FAST!.
In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through several images covering several large group situations and show you how we successfully arrange and photograph these super sized groups quickly, efficiently – and get the shots the clients love. I’ll show you how to light the group, pose the hands, position the legs and feet, and get the best expressions every time.
Hit the PLAY button below and enjoy the show!
__________________________________________________________ Hey everybody, I'm calling it a wrap for today and getting back to my real job. I'll plan to see everybody tomorrow.
See ya' then, David