What’s better than taking great photos? Taking great photos and getting paid for it! In this class you’ll learn the photography techniques and lighting setups needed to make great money photographing people!
Being a photographer can be a very rewarding experience. For many, it’s an outlet that lets you express yourself creatively, do something fun, and capture special moments.
Photography can also be a very lucrative career path, of course — but with so many areas to focus on, can be overwhelming to figure out how to earn money from your passion.
Throughout my career as a professional photographer I’ve learned that there are certain categories of portrait photography that pay over and over again. Those categories are:
- Personal Branding
- Commercial portraiture
- Group portraits
- On Location (branding)
Learning to master these areas of photography is what helped me to forge my career, and I hope it will for you too!
In this class I’ll share with you my tried and true money making photography setups that have brought me consistent income throughout the years.
Who is this class for?
Whether you’re are a beginner, hobbyist, or seasoned pro that wants to earn more consistent income, you’ll benefit from my years of expertise that have been packaged in this class.
With over 3+ hours of demo and a handy lighting recipe guide, you’ll have all the tools you’ll need to create bankable images for your clients.
The lighting setups featured here are not overly creative (nor do they need to be) and don’t require expensive equipment or a lot of gear — in fact, the majority of the setups use modifiers you probably already have!
I’ll also show you how to maximize your equipment and create variations for consistently professional results.
Bonus Recipe Guide Included
Accompanying this video class is a lighting recipe guide with 27 go-to lighting setups that you can use for headshots, commercial work, personal branding sessions, group and on location portraits.
- 27 setups
- Step by step instructions
- Diagram of lighting scene
- Behind the scenes of each setup
- Gear used
- Camera / lighting settings
- Tips to achieve a better image
- Gear guide