Location Photography: On Assignment with Joe McNally volume 2

Go on location with photographer Joe McNally and see how he shoots a series of portraits of a burlesque dancer with creative lighting.

About this course

Would you like to go on set with a working photographer? You’ll see all the moving parts, from concept to the finished file. Watch as Joe McNally creates a portrait series with a burlesque dancer.

Joe McNally is an internationally acclaimed photographer whose successful career has spanned more than 30 years and included assignments in over 60 countries. McNally is often described as a generalist because of his extraordinary ability to execute a wide range of assignment work. 

  • Learn the planning that Joe puts into a shoot
  • Discover which gear is essential to get the shot
  • Learn how to visualize the shot and experiment with composition
  • Explore how to manage a shoot successfully
  • Discover how to enable the creative process

This course can be viewed on a laptop or desktop computer.  It can also be viewed on a mobile phone or tablet.  You will need an Internet connection to watch this course.  Simply login to this page with the username and password you created when buying the course to view your content.

 

Curriculum

  • Working with a Burlesque Dancer
  • About this Shoot
  • Researching the Subject
  • Conducting a Phone Interview with the Subject
  • Getting the Shot: Set Up #1
  • Thoughts on Backstage Photography
  • Assessing the Location
  • Dressing the Set
  • Collaborating with the Subject
  • Working with a Photo Assistant
  • Lighting the Scene
  • Choosing a Lens
  • Adjusting Camera Settings
  • Wrap Up & Second Location
  • Story, Subject and Locations
  • Telling a Story
  • Showing a General View
  • Interacting with the Subject
  • Making the Most of Your Locations
  • Getting the Shot: Set Up #2
  • Gear Load-in
  • Set Up #2: Lighting
  • Set Up #2: Camera Settings
  • The Thought Process Behind the Shot
  • Getting the Shot: Set Up #3
  • Set Up #3: Preparing for the Shot
  • Set Up #3: Lighting
  • Using a Tripod
  • Set Up #3: Modifying the Light
  • Set Up #3: Camera Settings
  • Working with the Subject
  • Your Responsibility as a Photographer
  • Postproduction
  • Backing Up Your Files
  • Organizing Your Files
  • What to Look for in an Image
  • Postproduction & Retouching
  • Developing a Style
  • Wrap Up
  • Favorite Pictures
  • Lessons Learned

About this course

Would you like to go on set with a working photographer? You’ll see all the moving parts, from concept to the finished file. Watch as Joe McNally creates a portrait series with a burlesque dancer.

Joe McNally is an internationally acclaimed photographer whose successful career has spanned more than 30 years and included assignments in over 60 countries. McNally is often described as a generalist because of his extraordinary ability to execute a wide range of assignment work. 

  • Learn the planning that Joe puts into a shoot
  • Discover which gear is essential to get the shot
  • Learn how to visualize the shot and experiment with composition
  • Explore how to manage a shoot successfully
  • Discover how to enable the creative process

This course can be viewed on a laptop or desktop computer.  It can also be viewed on a mobile phone or tablet.  You will need an Internet connection to watch this course.  Simply login to this page with the username and password you created when buying the course to view your content.

 

Curriculum

  • Working with a Burlesque Dancer
  • About this Shoot
  • Researching the Subject
  • Conducting a Phone Interview with the Subject
  • Getting the Shot: Set Up #1
  • Thoughts on Backstage Photography
  • Assessing the Location
  • Dressing the Set
  • Collaborating with the Subject
  • Working with a Photo Assistant
  • Lighting the Scene
  • Choosing a Lens
  • Adjusting Camera Settings
  • Wrap Up & Second Location
  • Story, Subject and Locations
  • Telling a Story
  • Showing a General View
  • Interacting with the Subject
  • Making the Most of Your Locations
  • Getting the Shot: Set Up #2
  • Gear Load-in
  • Set Up #2: Lighting
  • Set Up #2: Camera Settings
  • The Thought Process Behind the Shot
  • Getting the Shot: Set Up #3
  • Set Up #3: Preparing for the Shot
  • Set Up #3: Lighting
  • Using a Tripod
  • Set Up #3: Modifying the Light
  • Set Up #3: Camera Settings
  • Working with the Subject
  • Your Responsibility as a Photographer
  • Postproduction
  • Backing Up Your Files
  • Organizing Your Files
  • What to Look for in an Image
  • Postproduction & Retouching
  • Developing a Style
  • Wrap Up
  • Favorite Pictures
  • Lessons Learned