Well, I’m certainly glad to get my very first people shoot out of the way, but I did make a few mistakes ...AND it was quite a learning experience. I’m hoping that this blog will reinforce (to myself) what I need to do to elevate my second shoot to a more productive and professional level. I’m also hoping to pass on valuable information to anyone else wanting to venture into the “people shoots” business...
This first photo shoot consisted of a 9 year old female model and 3 hours of shooting more than 250 raw photos with about 20 that made the cut for stock photography. I’ll go through the entire shoot and then break it down into a simple, easy-to-read checklist. Here’s what went right.... and wrong:
Well, that is a very cool and detailed experience about the photo shoot. I must admit that photo shoot teaches you a lot of new things that can only be learnt by doing it practically. Thanks for sharing the article/experience. insurance claim lawyer
Cool Blog!My first expirience with child was shooting 5 months born baby,but she was very interested what i'm doing,and always was looking(almost always looking) in the camera! And your the Photos are very good!Thanks for sharing!
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