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Bridal preparation - Beauty and street photography

4.0/5
Course participants’ average review after course completion.
(25 Reviews)
¥399.00

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Description

About this course

The perfect time to capture beautiful close-ups and fresh make-up is when the bride is preparing. So take advantage of this opportunity to adopt interesting angles for the wedding album. You’ll learn how to make the best use of window light and mix it with flash to light the bride in different ways. From a hotel room to the alleyways of Venice, find beautiful textures and lighting in different scenarios. Let your bride shine in an urban location and add some drama using flash out on the street – a signature Yervant style.

Lighting skill level: Basic

Duration: 37 min

What you get in this course

  • Online light shaping course
  • Downloadable step-by-step guide
  • Scenario based teaching from real life photographic shoots
  • Unlimited access on all devices
What you'll learn

Discover how to:

  • Look for different light sources in a room (eg window light & tungsten)

  • Capture great early close-ups with a macro lens when make-up is at its best

  • Mix ambient light and flash in small spaces 

  • Add drama using a single flash on the street

What you may need

Essential information

Recommended gear

  • 1 x light for off-camera use
  • 1 x beauty dish or similar light modifier of choice

Useful knowledge

  • Lighting skill level: Basic
    • No or little experience of off-camera lighting
    • Want to start exploring simple lighting techniques
  • Camera skill level: Comfortable handling the camera in manual mode

Reviews

Dr Rao
02 四月, 2020

how are you able to quick focus on subject while she is moving continuously ?

Robert Luijten
18 二月, 2020

Great explanations. Course was easy to follow and helped to improve my workflow.

Zeljko
18 三月, 2020

Thanks

Jussara
01 十一月, 2019

loved all the tips was great look forward to trying them. would like a little more on the settings of the camera

Paul
23 九月, 2019

I’m very satisfied with this course. i’ve got some new ideas i can use into my setups.

Fito_roka@hotmail.com
19 九月, 2019

Great leasson for use flash in outside, thanks.

Michael Harding
23 十月, 2019

Very general. Too vague on details. Post processing section should be removed to a separate course.

armand
17 八月, 2019

this is the worst tutorial ever. the guy didn’t explained very well. his images were overexposed on lightroom. honestly this worth just $10 .

Rolf Kaul
26 十月, 2018

My everyday life with 100 weddings a year looks different. I shoot similarly, but unfortunately my bridal couples are not always models. Of 100 real brides, maybe 2 can move like that.

Ricky Yunata
10 十月, 2018

The tips from Yervant are great, however since it's a Profoto Academy, my objective is to learn more about Profoto products and how it is set up for the photo shoot. It would be great if the settings, distance and positions for lighting is also included.

hicks milner
30 九月, 2018

great course but wish he had provided more flash settings and camra settings during shoot.

Pravin thakrar
23 六月, 2018

Great education with f stop,ISO & Speed.

Harry Stahl
01 五月, 2018

additionally to my earlier feedback - it would also be interesting to know how and to what settings Yervant had set his B2 Flash to. :-)

Harry Stahl Photography
01 五月, 2018

I like how Yervant approaches is shoots. His postproduction workflow is similar to mine. However the check-list at the end of the postproduction workflow part does not mirror what he did in Lightroom. I think it shows his Photoshop process (using Nik-filters etc.). This should either be corrected in the video or - and maybe I have not seen it yet - this part (the photoshop process) should be added to the course or the series. :-)

Christoph
02 四月, 2018

Perhaps add a video about directing the bride (model)? Yervant seems to have gone into the "Blow-Up" school of directing the model (albeit with more friendliness), but there are more cooperative ways.

Anonymous
09 二月, 2018

Missing the photoshop part for me ... :/

Meet the teacher
Yervant
Known for his unique ‘Fashion meets Wedding’ signature style, Yervant takes a unique approach to the traditional world of wedding photography. He loves to shoot on the street and in different locations. He is also an experienced speaker at educational workshops in Melbourne, where he is based, as well as other countries around the world.
Meet the teacher

Yervant

Known for his unique ‘Fashion meets Wedding’ signature style, Yervant takes a unique approach to the traditional world of wedding photography. He loves to shoot on the street and in different locations. He is also an experienced speaker at educational workshops in Melbourne, where he is based, as well as other countries around the world.

Profoto products in action

You don’t need to own Profoto products to learn from this series. But just in case you’re interested, here are the ones we used:

OCF Beauty Dish White

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between a series and a course?

A series consists of two or more courses from the same photographer. If you buy a series, you will benefit from a bundled offer for the entire package. Also, when you complete a series, you’ll receive personal feedback from one of our instructors and become a Certified Light Shaper.

Do I have to own Profoto products in order to take your courses?

No. All our courses are designed to improve your photography, regardless of what equipment you’re using.

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