Using natural light to photograph portraits can be a wonderful thing, whether you are shooting with a phone, compact camera or an SLR.
Your camera’s light meter will usually do a great job of recording the brightness of the image and, because you are recording the available light, what you see is pretty much what you will get.
During the daytime natural light is everywhere.
It means that we don’t need to bring any extra lighting gear.
When we look at a natural light portrait, our brain is happy because the light looks “natural”
In this class I will show you how to lift your natural light portraits to a much higher level.
You will learn how to recognise, control and manipulate the natural light to get beautiful images.
I will be covering both indoor and outdoor situations and you will see me shooting portraits in both these locations.
You will also see over one hundred of my natural light portraits as examples of how you can achieve similar results.