Photographing Children Outdoors | Fun, beautiful and characterful portraits of siblings with Paul Wilkinson — SkillShare — Free download

How do you capture life, laughter and interesting images when working with children? Come behind-the-scenes with me on a shoot featuring 10-year-old George and his 6-year-old twin brothers, Alfie and Freddie. Watch how I capture six very different images: one of each of the boys alone, one of the twins, and two of all three siblings together.

On the day of our shoot, the light was rapidly shifting between harsh, direct sun and cloud cover. I explain how I deal with challenging conditions like these, using a reflector sometimes to add light on the face but at other times to create shade. You’ll also learn why I don’t recommend the circular, collapsible reflectors, as well the exact reflector I use on location and why.

We’ll cover framing, backgrounds, catchlights and getting the best out of children. You’ll see my images straight-out-of-the-camera (with the exposure settings I used) as well as my finished edits.

Paul and the MPP team

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Course content: https://www.skillshare.com/classes/Photographing-Children-Outdoors-Fun-beautiful-and-characterful-portraits-of-siblings/1177660314

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