In this episode of the Creative Portrait I’m opening up my camera bag so you can see everything I use to create
Jason Ulsrud - The Photillustrator
How do you add more depth and dimension to the scenes of your portrait composites?
When Stacy had contacted me to schedule her family portrait, it had been many years since the last one.
You can expect to spend anywhere between $75 on the low end up to $1,000+ on the high end with an average of $450, and here’s why.
That’s right, I’m going to save you tons of money plus I’m going to show you how to create a custom backdrop that looks…
Have you ever been photographing someone and everything’s going great, then, BOOM!
Have you ever wanted to do something for a long time but just couldn’t build up enough courage to actually do it?
“I’ve put this off for so long because I never thought I would look that good in a photo like this.”
If there were one thing you could change about yourself, what would it be?
How do you bring each element of a portrait together in a way that portrays the personality of a family, and makes it look like it’s snowing?