Duration: 1h 28m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 960x540 29.970 fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Mar 16, 2012 | Level: Intermediate | Language: English In this course, Pulitzer finalist Natalie Fobes shows how to capture engaging portrait shots of couples, families, and other groups using a variety of posing and composition techniques. The course discusses how to plan for a portrait photo shoot and how to make stylistic decisions regarding props, clothing, and makeup. Next, the course reviews the essentials of posing women and men, starting with a single subject, moving on to a couple, and then working up to large groups. The course also demonstrates how to pose and compose a group portrait in ways that highlight the relationships between group members, whether they're family members or business colleagues. Lastly, to illustrate the time constraints photographers often face, Natalie works against the clock to shoot a group of people she's never met. The course also covers various postprocessing techniques geared specifically for portraiture, such as working with wrinkles and skin textures. More info _www.lynda.com/Photography-tutorials/Family-Group-Portraiture/90510-2.html Hidden Content: You must 'reply' before you can see the hidden content.