Timeless storytelling and soulful portraiture are stylistic signatures that set Erin & Tara apart, in the competitive industry of creative photography. With the ability to capture both the essence of the day and the truth of their subjects, their artistic direction appears effortless, yet draws from their clients, dramatically beautiful results.
Extracting an honesty of movement and an unselfconscious body language, requires understanding and know-how. The photographer’s paradox of directing, in order to document what is actually natural. How by capturing the significant portraits as well as the myriad of fleeting moments in between, creates the unique and expressive narrative, that feels the most real.
So how do you artfully direct, the art of posing?
In this workshop Erin & Tara will explore and reveal their fundamentals, secrets, tips and tricks on the timeless discipline of portraiture. Examining the nuances and complexities of posing, Erin & Tara look at how to best arrange and direct your clients without making them feel self conscious in front of the camera, or awkward in awareness. Learn how to capture ‘real moments’, without the subjects memory of those moments feeling ‘arranged’. Erin & Tara will also discuss techniques and stylistic advice on directing everything from body language to location and framing tips, as well as gesture and narrative.
DATE/TIME: 13th September, 2017 (10:30am-2:30pm)
LOCATION: 26 Piper Street, Kyneton
CLASS SIZE: Workshops are kept intentionally intimate for maximum interaction, capped at 15 places.
A light lunch will be provided on the day. Please provide any food requirements upon booking.
* Classroom Series seats are transferable but not refundable.