A Free Photography Course on Taking Better Family and Children Portraits
- By: Nate Kay
Commercial photographer and author Kirk Tuck teaches a free photography course on Craftsy (link), an education website for people who love to create things, called Professional Family Portraits.
This very popular class details advanced strategies for family portraiture including tips for improving your studio settings, creating ideal lighting situations, using flash and umbrellas effectively, how to work with impatient toddlers, exposure and composition techniques, large group posing, and quality post-processing advice.
What you’ll get with this free photography course:
– 4 HD video lessons with anytime, anywhere access
– Downloadable list of Kirk’s preferred gear
– An hour and a half of close-up instruction
– Answers from Kirk and your classmates in Crafty’s virtual classroom
– Watch classes on your own schedule: wherever, whenever you want.
– Your access never expires.
If you’re looking to gain valuable tips for your next portrait session, then sign up for this class here. As photographers, we are always craving more information and techniques to help make our images look better and better, and nothing beats free advice!
“I just finished Mr. Tuck’s class on studio portrait lighting. The class was extremely informative and answered many questions I had trying to put together a studio. Mr. Tuck simplified what used to seem so complex and did so in a relaxed style that was so easy to understand. I highly recommend this course.”
Read more about this great class on the Craftsy website.