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Columbus Studio Photography Message Board › 9/27/12 1:00pm ET - Location Environmental Portrait Photography

9/27/12 1:00pm ET - Location Environmental Portrait Photography

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Bill R.
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Westerville, OH
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Portraits taken on location provide the opportunity for photographers to tell a more complete story about their subject. The environment helps to explain the relationship your client has with this place, environment or activity. This can be something as simple as being outdoors in a park or just in their yard. It might include hiking, horseback riding, motorcycles, cars or any number of interests and activities that people feel passionate about.

Join host Joe Brady for this free live video presentation presented by Sekonic. Shooting on location can present an entire laundry list of obstacles to getting a greatphotograph, but some planning and a thought out approach can help to make it much easier. Spend some time with Joe as he explores the process and the equipment that will help you to create beautiful environmental portraits that your clients will love.­

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