Episode 237: Romantic Couples’ Portraits with an Edge – Heather Jackson

Romantic Couples' Portraits

Are you ready to take your portraits to the next level by offering an edgy, intimate, and creative style of portraiture?

In episode 237 of the Bokeh Podcast, Heather Jackson walks us through the thought process of offering romantic sessions that encourage couples to feel comfortable in little to no clothing. Listen in as she shares how you can attract the clients that are interested in these sessions, and make your clients feel comfortable enough to get undressed in front of the camera.

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Technique for Time: Understand Quality over Quantity

Staying Present: Limit Your Internet Usage

Book Recommendation: How to Win Friends and Influence People – bit.ly/bp-winfriends

Advice for Photographers: Believe in yourself and the final goal/dream.

The Gear Bag:
Sigma 50
Canon 70-200
Canon 35
Canon 24-70
Canon Flashes
Waterhousing
Wonderboom – bit.ly/bp-wonderboom

Inspiration:
indiaearl.com
Chuyphotos.com
Laurkenkendall.com

How to Get Your Couples Comfortable:
1. Bond over food or drink.
2. Loosen up with music.
3. Read into the couple and their personality to determine what they’re up for.
4. Keep the conversation going and continuously check in on them.

Links:
instagram.com/jackson.takes.photos
jacksontakesphotos.com
badfishsup.com

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