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Planning in Shooting the $2million image

Martin Turner (Martin Turner)


Keywords: martin_turner, studiophotography, concept, planning, composition, lighting, shooting, postprocessing, pro, professional_photography, human_factor, working_with_people

This is the fourth part of the series Studio Photography: Shooting the $2million image - Planning.

Planning

Most photographers are not natural planners. If you come from a landscape background, you expect to be inspired by what you find. Photojournalists look for the decisive moment. Press photographers were always told ‘f8 and be there’. But even the most spontaneous photographer needs at least the basic planning of having their equipment ready when the moment happens.

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2 comments

samya hindal (samya) on April 9, 2018

Thanks Martin . Planning lead to success photographer

J. Ramon Palacios (jrp) on January 20, 2018

JRP is one of the co-founders, has in-depth knowledge in various areas. Awarded for his contributions for the Resources

Thank you very much for sharing your professional knowledge. This is something we, amateurs, can incorporate in our work, even in family shots, although with some key vacuums, like punctuality ;-)

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