Peter Travers, Peter Travers is a photography journalist and author and Deputy Editor at PhotoPlus magazine. Peter also writes freelance features for The Sunday Times, BBC magazines, and many other best-selling publications. and Brett Harkness, US-born Brett Harkness is one of the UK’s most successful photographers, specializing in wedding, lifestyle, commercial, fashion, and travel photography. Brett runs a range of acclaimed photography workshops and seminars. Market: Semi-pro photographers, pro photographers, and the whole host of creative people that are involved in a pro photo shoot (including art directors, designers, stylists, prop-makers, and set-builders). Key Features: * One-stop guide to organizing smooth-running photo shoots that deliver professional results in a timely, cost-effective way *Gives you visual examples from all styles: people, product, food, interiors, animals, and more *Includes technical info and 3D diagrams of in-studio equipment set-ups, alongside the resulting shot *A great formula to step your studio photography up and run your photo business successfully This is the ultimate, hard-working soup-to-nuts handbook showing you all you need to know about planning a photo-shoot from concept to completion. Everything from booking and arranging your studio space; booking and briefing stylists; prop-sourcing; prop-making; set-building; booking models and clearing model releases; liaising with agencies; and even guidance on model poses, is covered here. Subjects include people, food, and products, each illustrated with full-color photographs taken 'on-set', plus 3D diagrams of equipment set-ups. Interviews with key professionals provide invaluable insight to their recipes for success, along with real-world advice, troubleshooting guidelines, hints and tips. A perfect mixture of learning to make more money while also bettering your craft! Contents: SECTION ONE The Basics: Chapter 1: The Brief; Chapter 2: The Subject; Chapter 3: Liasing with Agencies; Chapter 4: Location; Chapter 5: Studios; Chapter 6: Lighting and Equipment; Chapter 7: Working with a Theme; Chapter 8: Post- production SECTION TWO Practice: Food ; People; Product; Interiors and Gardens; Live Action EXTRAS: Interviews; Resources; Glossary
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