FREE OnOne Software Perfect Portrait
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Clay shares the 1, 2, 3 of portraitureMake no mistake, this is Not Cookie Cutter Portraiture. This is a methodical system for creating saleable portraits everytime... Clay will show how to create consistent results with individuals, couples, and groups. Batting a Thousand.
Loop Lighting and Posing Breakout SessionsLet Clay show you the light. Learn how the masters light their portraits. Working in small intimate groups, you will learn how to create the lighting pattern used by masters throughout history, including the Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci. After mastering the light, you’ll refine the body position to create the most elegant and artistic pose for any subject.
Speedlight InstructionToday's Speedlights have the ability to create the exact qualities of light that are traditionally found in much bigger strobe units. Clay demonstrates how to create perfect lighting ratios using multiple Speedlights on location. Unique modifiers will be used to create soft, specular lighting that you can take with you anywhere.
Speedlight Breakout SessionsStudents will be given assignments using the Speedlight flashes to create their own masterpieces. Clay will set up a Speedlight studio and create portraits that rival anything created with big studio strobes. Clay will demonstrate combining strobe and daylight, wheather in bright sun, open shade, and even window light.
Posing GroupsSee Clay’s tried-and-true methods for posing couples and groups. Students will have an opportunity participate in hands-on activities. The new teaching method will train each student to create a group on a magnetic board using circles. Once he or she is proficient with this method, real individuals will be used.