Join me for this video workshop...
All About Light
by But Natural Photography
The most important element in photography or should I say, in creating masterful, award-winning, memorable images is “LIGHT”.
The better you understand the use and importance of different kinds of sunlight, the better you will become at your craft.
This video tutorial is a complete break down of how you can understand natural light and how you can use different hours of the day, month, year... seasons, to create the most amazing images.
Whether it’s really harsh sunny light or very dull gloomy light (or something just perfect like the “golden hour”), what's most important to know is...
- In what position should the subject be standing in relation to the sun?
- How do you get that beautiful rim light?
- What kind of light do you need for portraits and what kind of light for storytelling images?
- What do you mean by “filtered light” and how can you filter light
- What kind of location to select at what hour of the day?
- What time of the day to step out for a photo session?
- If it is very very harsh sunlight, then how can I still get beautiful images for my clients?
These and many more other questions will be answered for you inside this video tutorial.
Private Facebook Community
You'll also be invited to my exclusive Facebook group where you will have complete access to me and a thriving community of photographers to help and guide you through your creative journey.
Note: This video workshop was originally part of the 2018 Milky Way Family Retreat.
If we haven't met yet, I'm Sujata of But Natural Photography.
Five years ago I picked up the camera - but quickly discovered there was more to photography than gear and taking images.
After years of self-doubt and frustration with my work, that's when I started to work on the VOICE, the SOUL of my art.
I started to make sure that every image I created, said something. Made my audiences feel something… and that in turn, became my identity.
Art with a soul. Art with its own voice.
And now I want to pass on the soul, the voice of my art to you.