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A manual for taking a photo series from concept to creation.

Creating a great photo for a client is one thing - but turning your passion and ideas into a series that is shared, shown, and sold is a whole different business. If you do it right, you’ll be shooting what you love all the time. Learn how to choose which ideas to create, how to turn your concept into a production, and steps to getting your work seen and even sold in Fine Art Photography: A Complete Guide with Award-Winning Photographer, Brooke Shaden.

This is an all-inclusive workshop that provides the tools you need to run a successful and creative business as a fine art photographer. You’ll learn creative exercises to find and develop your ideas, how to create an original narrative, how to produce your own photo series, post production techniques and skills for compositing and retouching, how to write about your work, ways to pitch to galleries and agents, and how to print your pieces so they look like art.

Every day for 20 days, you’ll get a 60-90 minute comprehensive lesson designed to inspire and help you build your fine art photography career. You’ll join a community of other like-minded photographers where you can share your ideas and photo series for critiques.

This workshop will take you on location with Brooke as she creates a photo series from scratch. She’ll walk through every step for her photo shoots including set design and location scouting, she’ll cover techniques in the field for capturing your artistic vision, post-production and compositing techniques, as well as printing and framing essentials.

She’ll round out this experience by discussing all of the details that will help make your career a success like licensing, commissions, artists statements, social media plans, gallery prep, and pricing your work.

This comprehensive course is a powerful look into the world of fine art photography led by one of the world’s most talented photographers, Brooke Shaden. Included with purchase is exclusive access to bonus material that gives exercises and downloads for each of the 20 lessons.

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Week 1: Oct 23 - Oct 27

10/23: Storytelling & Idea Exercises
10/24: Layering Inspiration & Creating an Original Narrative
10/25: Finding Your Target Audience
10/26: Planning Your Photoshoot
10/27: Set Design
10/28-10/29: Replay lessons 1-5

Week 2: Oct 30 - Nov 3

10/30: Compositing
10/31: Editing Workflow
11/1: Location Scouting & Test Photoshoot
11/2: Shooting the Images
11/3: Editing for Cohesion, Advanced Compositing, and Print
11/4-11/5: Replay lessons 6-10

Week 3: Nov 6 - Nov 10

11/6: Organizing Final Images
11/7: Framing, Sizing, Editioning, Pricing
11/8: Licensing, Commissions, Contracts
11/9: Gallery Day
11/10: Artist Statement, Elevator Pitch, Bio, Headshot
11/11-11/12: Replay Lessons 11-15

Week 4: Nov 13 - Nov 17

11/13: Writing to Galleries, Awards, Agents, Blogs & Grants
11/14: Speak About Your Work
11/15: Social Media Plan
11/16: Printing
11/17: Critique of Student Work
11/18-11/19: Replay Lessons 16-20

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