Photography Basics: Student Photography Tutorial

In this video learn some tips and techniques to help with becoming a student photographer. Tips on gear and shooting techniques. Advice on posing from elementary to seniors in high school. Scheduling and timeline factors. As well as, the different habits of a mass school photographer of hundreds of students in one day and different small studio sessions with individual students and their families.

Jane Corley with Pic Visions Media Arts and Photography brings another video on Photography Tips and Techniques for the purposes of helping others grow and learn photography. Welcome to Photography Friday! This is our 22nd video in our Photography Basics Series. Tune in next week when we cover the basics of how to be a successful niche session photographer.
Leave in the comments below any tips and tricks you’d like to share with fellow photographers and artists to help others become better at your craft.

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