The full price of this workshop is € 550 and it includes coffee and muffins.
This 1-day newborn workshop aims to help the participants to understand and implement the area of newborn photography. Whether you are a beginner or an intermediate/advanced photographer – this course will offer you the essential elements in order to create newborn artistic portraits.
During the workshop, we will spend a whole day together (9:00 am – 6:00 pm). We will have three babies as our models and you will be able to use the resulting images in your portfolio.
In addition, after the event you will have access to a private Facebook group along with other photography lovers. There, you will receive permanent support, critique, advice, etc.
Our host will be Virginie Pesenti-Rossi. For other details, you can send a mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: There must be at least 6 attendees in order for the workshop to take place. If the minimum number of participants will not be met one month before the workshop, it will be cancelled. You will be notified as soon as possible and any fees received from you will be refunded.
- Photo session preparation
- Prop and wardrobe selection
- Camera settings
- Natural light vs. Studio Light
- Wrapping techniques
- How to get best angles for prop shots
- How to get many looks from one set up
- Beanbag posing
- Easy Transitioning
- How to get best angles for beanbag shots
- Newborn safety
- Parents preparation
- Post Processing
- You will be able to take photos and use them for your portfolio
- 9:00 am – Introduction, Photo session preparation, Camera settings;
- 9:30 am – The first model arrival
- 12 pm – The second model arrival
- 2:00 pm – Break for Lunch
- 2:30 pm – The third model arrival
- 4:30 pm – Hands-on practice with StandInBaby posing doll
- 5:30 pm – Post Processing
- 6:00 pm – Hugs and farewell
- DSLR camera which you must know how to operate in full manual
- 50mm or 35mm prime lens
- laptop (for editing and post processing)
- ipad or a notebook (to write down what is more important)