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Editorial Fashion Photography (with No Budget or Team)
Learn how to create professional, quality fashion images all by yourself with little to no cost using natural light.
Created by Steven Leone, offered on Udemy
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This course will show anyone with novice to intermediate experience how to produce professional fashion images using natural light that will look like as if an entire team participated in the shoot with little to no cost. Starting from scratch, from choosing equipment to finding models to scouting locations to shooting protocol to editing in fashion industry standards to submitting to magazines and representation, this course will assist in pursuing your passion.
Adhering to the theme of no budget, this course does not cover the use of artificial light (strobes or constant lighting), which you would have to purchase or rent and/or have team members assist you with.
What you will learn
- Orchestrate an exceptional photoshoot, take professional pictures and edit them to fashion industry standards using natural light.
- Natural Light Photography
- You should have general knowledge about camera settings, i.e. ISO, shutter speed, aperture and focal lengths. You should also have a basic knowledge of Photoshop. But most of all you should possess an open mind and a positive attitude!
- Photoshop, DSLR