Breaking out of your creative rut and unlocking the magic of your own home
When you think of shooting indoors, do you feel a sudden dread, lack of creativity, or even boredom?! Then this is the workshop for you. We’re going to open your eyes to the world of potential that lives inside your walls for creating stunning portraits and works of art. I promise – it exists!
In this workshop we will explore and address all of the things that drain your creativity when shooting indoors. We will discover how to both find and make beautiful light, even in the dimmest of interiors. We will go over tips and tricks for getting your subjects to cooperate with you in smaller spaces, and cover framing, perspective, color theory, textures, and creative storytelling. Laura shares two behind-the-scenes shooting videos using different light sources in her own home, as well as three editing videos, including one on editing super low light images. During the live runs, there will also be a number of assignments to break you out of your creative rut with feedback provided on each one by Laura.
Outside Light Indoors
Manipulation and Creative Use of Indoor Light
Different types of Light
Getting Cooperation from your Subjects in Small Spaces
Perspective & Framing
Color Theory & Texture
150-page downloadable e-book & online course player
Watch Laura edit using both window light and low, indoor light with 2 editing videos
Watch Laura cull & edit, deciding what to keep and what to toss with an additional editing video
3 behind-the-scenes shooting videos using different types of light inside
Audio version of course
learn any time – any where
Laura Froese is a Canadian photographer living on the West Coast of British Columbia. She specializes in families and weddings, but also loves to capture newborns as well as documenting her own family. Photography started for her as a hobby in 2011 and became a part-time business by the end of 2013. Two years later, she left her career as a software trainer to pursue her passion full-time. She and her videographer husband of 10 years run a photo and video company, Paraphrase Productions. Additionally, she is a full-time boy mom of a 3-year old, a 2-year old, and a 1-year old.