August 6, 6:00-8:00pm Central Time
Trying to get a group of people and animals all together for a portrait can be intimidating and overwhelming. Many photographers freeze in these situations and struggle to pose and light the group effectively and with proficiency. In this class, Cris will go over some 'rules' of posing, the psychology behind group shapes and body position as well as effective capture techniques to empower you to create more impactful images and increase your sales potential. This class is designed for the new or veteran photographer who is looking to gain more confidence and level up their portrait imagery of both animals and people that they love.
Cris Duncan, along with his wife, Deanna, own and operate C j Duncan Photography in Lubbock, Texas. They have had the honor of photographing everything from weddings to families to corporate clients and even two Presidents. For more than 20 years, the Duncans have been published in numerous national magazines and acquired many industry accolades including several GIA (Grand Imaging Award) category awards. However, what means the most is their daughter, family and the life they lead working together in the art form they love. The Duncans can be found educating creatives at events across North America. They are the founders of Find Your Focus Education and host an annual retreat for photographers. Cris is a Master Photographer, Master Artist, a Photographic Craftsman and and a Certified Professional Photographer. In addition, Cris is a regular instructor at Imaging USA, Texas School of Professional Photography, is an approved Certification Instructor and was the awarded the PPA Educator award in 2024.
Members: be sure to use your membership number as a coupon code when registering to attend for free. Non-member pricing: $50
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