Family Photography

£295 + VAT | 1 day

Learn how to master studio and outdoor natural light portraiture, helping you create and sell beautiful family portrait sessions.

This course is an action packed day of shooting and education.   You’ll start the day learning how to best prepare for your shoots, picking up some great business tips on how to price and sell your family sessions. We then move onto teaching studio photography, using a flattering but simple one-light system (which easily fits into the boot of a car).  All equipment and camera settings will be well explained in detail, so you walk away understanding how to achieve the best results.  Our first shoot is with a mum and her baby or toddler, with ample time for you to direct your own photographs and build some gorgeous portfolio shots.

After lunch we’ll head outside to photograph a different family in a nearby park or woodland close to the studio.  We’ll teach you how to work with different backgrounds, how to get the most from natural light and how to direct the chaos to achieve amazing results.

On our return we’ll spend the final hour in front of the computer to demonstrate our editing workflow. Good post-production is the key to turning your shots from good to great and achieving excellent sales from your images.

This really is a busy day of shooting, learning and family fun.

(NB – To ensure that every student gets plenty of time shooting we limit the class size on this course to just 8, please book early to reserve a place.)

 

Testimonials

I was really impressed with how the courses were organised, the studio and locations were amazing. I learnt so much and have come away completely inspired and determined to make my business successful.

Alice Radford | 2016

Excellent pace and packed full with information. Plenty of practical and we were all given time to get it right. Highly recommended.

Jim Weatherhead | 2014

Thank you the course last week. I really enjoyed it and Victoria was great. Informative, enthusiastic and very encouraging. Please pass on my sincere thanks!

Dan Stephens | 2016