Twenty successful studio owners offer their expertise to aspiring professional photographers in this guide to operating a digital portrait studio. Every element of a thriving studio is covered, from choosing a location and determining a budget to selecting computer equipment and streamlining the digital work flow. Details on selecting backgrounds, sets, and props that set a studio apart and advice on lighting patterns, posing, and clothing selection help photographers ensure that they produce client-pleasing images and return customers. Customer service tips on creating comfortable waiting and viewing areas are included to help photographers set up an attractive space to better profit from their artistic skills.For moreguidance on posing, refer to Master Posing Guide for Portrait Photographers, by J. D. Wacker (Amherst Media, ... TIPS. Here are some suggestions for great portraits with a minimum of stress: acHandhold thecamera ifthata#39;s comfortable.
|Title||:||How to Start and Operate a Digital Portrait Photography Studio|
|Publisher||:||Amherst Media - 2005-10-28|