Create images beyond the “traditional” senior shoot and make your clients feel like they stepped into an editorial campaign. Knowing the basics for lighting in-studio and outdoors, as well as how to make your clients feel involved in the creative process can make your business stand out and thrive in a crowded market. Dan Brouillette is a successful editorial photographer, who molded his studio to reflect his commercial work. Each senior gets to help with the creative process of finding a shoot that fits their personality and Dan uses his knowledge on lighting and posing to make every shoot look as if it belongs in a magazine. In this course Dan will teach: Pre-session tips for preparing your photoshoot What lighting equipment works for successful in-studio and location shooting How to light in layers to create a portrait that is dynamic Tips for posing and directing your seniors that make them feel comfortable and excited for the shoot How to get involved in the local high schools so that students are familiar with you and your work How to edit and cull through your images for a simple and time efficient workflow Create stand-out photography that excites seniors to organically market your business to their friends and simultaneously grow your portfolio beyond the high school senior market. Dan Brouillette has taken his knowledge from working with magazines like ESPN, Time, The Wall Street Journal, and Men’s Health and utilized it to build his successful high school senior photography business while shooting in a style he loves and growing his portfolio. See post #3 for download link.