[PDF / Epub] ✑ Organize & Style Your Pro Photo Shoot: From Studio to Location ☄ Peter Travers – Thomashillier.co.uk


Organize & Style Your Pro Photo Shoot: From Studio to Location This Is The Ultimate, Hard Working Soup To Nuts Handbook Showing You All You Need To Know About Planning A Photo Shoot From Concept To Completion Everything From Booking And Arranging Your Studio Space Booking And Briefing Stylists Prop Sourcing Prop Making Set Building Booking Models And Clearing Model Releases Liaising With Agencies And Even Guidance On Model Poses, Is Covered Here Subjects Include People, Food, And Products, Each Illustrated With Full Color Photographs Taken On Set , Plus D Diagrams Of Equipment Set Ups Interviews With Key Professionals Provide Invaluable Insight To Their Recipes For Success, Along With Real World Advice, Troubleshooting Guidelines, Hints And Tips A Perfect Mixture Of Learning To Make Money While Also Bettering Your Craft


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    More reviews and no fluff on the blog I have to admit to being very frustrated with this book It s written in such a way that you d have to be a very beginner amateur to get a use out of a lot of the information contained But a beginner amateur is very unlikely to have any kind of skills that would produce marketable, commercial grade photography that would appeal to a corporate client I had thought at first that it was a transition from film into digiMore reviews and no fluff on the blog I have to admit to being very frustrated with this book It s written in such a way that you d have to be a very beginner amateur to get a use out of a lot of the information contained But a beginner amateur is very unlikely to have any kind of skills that would produce marketable, commercial grade photography that would appeal to a corporate client I had thought at first that it was a transition from film into digital production type of book but even then, the information is so incredibly basic that it clearly wasn t that focus either.There are so many portrait or hobbyist photographers with a good skill set who really want to know how to break into the commercial market The cover of this book makes it seem like it will give you the tools you need to take your work to the next level and make marketable portfolio images Or that will help you appear professional if when you do get a commercial client But really, it s about the basics of nearly any photography session.Perhaps aapt title would be Sessions for Dummies and they could market it in the XX for Dummies series But for those looking for detailed, industry insider information that isn t obvious unless you ve done a lot of commercial work well, this isn t the book for that Very disappointing


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