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Tonight at the Welshot portfolio building session we are excited to have Olga Solomakhina joining us at the Creative Hub in Llandudno.  At this Welshot Progressive event we are going to help you to see (and capture) your image in black & white.  Our model will be sporting a number of different looks with at least four costume/outfit changes.  You will be learning how to work with your model, posing Olga for your portraits and use your lighting to compliment your model which will give you the best possible composition for your photographs.

Tonight at this Welshot Progressive event we are excited to have Natalie Ciufo Green joining us at the Creative Hub in Llandudno.  At this portfolio building session Natalie, who is a bit of a chameleon when it comes to fashion, will be sporting a number of different looks with at least three costume/outfit changes.  You will be learning how to work with your model, posing Natalie for your portraits and use your lighting to compliment your model which will give you the best possible composition for your photograph.  You will be using studio mains, and off camera flash lighting techniques in the studio itself as well as using the buildings features to capture your portrait photos for your portfolio.  If the weather is suitable we may also go outdoors for some funky, grungy and dynamic images.

Tonight your Model, Darcie Binsley, will be helping you to unleash your creativity in the Welshot studio and outside on location in Llandudno.  Our theme for this evenings photographic session will be a nod to the 1960’s and 1970’s complete with props and studio sets.

How to Work With A Model – Everything You Need to Know – From the planning, to the shooting, to making perfect photos.

Whether you are a photographer wanting to undertake a photo-shoot with a professional model or a photographer wanting to capture a family portrait, the challenges in photographing your model(s) can vary based on the specific circumstances of the shoot and the dynamics between you and your model(s). Overcoming these challenges requires a combination of technical proficiency, interpersonal skills, and creative vision.

We have so much more planned for the photographer wanting to build a portfolio. I am very excited for our “Denim & Diamonds” event which is going to be in an old cotton mill near Rochdale, Manchester – Sustainable costumes are being made specifically for this event and as Welshot is an ethical company, Team Creative are making a range of edgy, cool and funky outfits from recycled jeans and other materials.

What does “Building a Portfolio” and “Continued Professional Development” mean to you? To us, at Welshot, “Building a Portfolio” means creating a body of work, whether printed, or in digital format, of the photographs you make, no matter the genre of photography.