|Henry V on the Night before Agincourt by Drew Gardner|
Group photography is one of my trade marks.
I like shooting groups, no I LOVE shooting groups.
They are such a tremendous challenge, there is no doubt about that.
Yes, lighting on a large scale is a whole other world, but once you have lit the group you have to make sure that they are portrayed in a consistent and relevant way.
Directing the group to get them to do what you want is crucial.
And that is when you have all the people in the same place at the same time.
But what about when you don't?
A cornerstone of all high end advertising and commercial photography is shooting a photograph in elements, a person or an element to a photograph one piece at a time.
I shot this during one of my classes at the EXCELLENT Maine Media Workshops
Animals one by one........
The whole thing was as a result shot in sections.
It can all get rather involved.
On 16th June courtesy of the 'Manfrotto school of Excellence' I will be holding a one hour webinar where I will share my experience of group photography, both traditional and composite.
Hopefully it will be a useful and you will be able to apply some of the techniques I use to your photography.
Its free, but places are limited so sign up to avoid disappointment.
I look forward to 'Meeting' you then and doing my best to answer your questions.