So here is a crazy idea…what if we started doing all the things that others are not interested in doing at weddings??? Making Albums and such. Today’s Wedding photographers only want to shoot and burn. HOWEVER, there is so many other ways of making some money connected with Wedding Photography.
Check out the video here from 2 years ago and let’s talk about it on the Pro4uM.com. If you think this is a great idea, remember, Pro4uM Paid Members got this idea 2 years ago! Can you imagine what other awesome ideas we have talked about since? And what we will be talking about from here on.
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Here is another video from 2015 about Drones. The cool thing is that all the talk back in 2015 about the 333 exemption got the FAA moving and now you can fly your drone commercially with a test. If you would love to learn more about drone photography and what drone to buy and how to prep the files and make drone images look great, consider joining the Pro4uM.com. The Pro4uM has been around for almost 25 years and we boast over 2 million posts all about Professional Photography. Do yourself and your career a favor and join our community.
Of course this Kirk Movie says 2015…that is when I made it…but it certainly applies to NOW…today….the question is relevant….So, let’s talk about it…..What do you think??? I will be releasing one of these every day for 1 year! So, why not get involved….talk to me….what are your thoughts. Everyone on the Pro4uM had the awesome ability to get this 3 years ago….CAN you imagine what we are talking about today? YOU SHOULD JOIN!!! check us out: https://pro4um.com You can join RIGHT NOW for 3 months for only $15….you cannot go wrong.
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“Posing Hands” Post from the Pro4uM.com
Another thread spawned this one. I posted about how a hand pose was not very natural. So I thought I would post a bunch of examples of some of the things we do with hands. First of all, if you don’t have to show them, leave them out. If you have problems posing hands, avoid it. But you can’t always. So here are some things we do with them:
First, if you put them on a hip (which we don’t do a whole lot), I prefer thumbs back and fingers forward, with the wrist DOWN, as if at rest. Or you can place them fingers down more on the back of the hip. I rarely like fingers and thumb all pointing forward. The hand does not rest real well like that, so it is not natural.
More often, we prefer to rest them using a pocket. A thumb or fingers in a pocket is naturally at rest. You can use front pocket or rear, shot from the front or the back. Again, wrist should be down, at rest, the hand is holding it.