Being in front of the camera can be a scary place, how to be the best you can be and still have a good time.
With over 25 years experience of photographing fashion and lots of new models and real people, Tracey can help you discover the art of posing. Making your first time in front of the camera a less scary place.
How and what makes the shot work
Heels change completely your centre of gravity.
Learn how to shift weight and gain confidence
Some work better in camera than others
Tracey will explain the magic of the ‘S’
You would be surprised how many sitters forget the importance of this one
The Eyes have it:
Turn it on for the camera, the smile starts here
The Right Outfit:
Selecting the perfect outfits for your shoot. Colours, patterns to avoid and the shapes that the camera loves.
Photographer’s work in different ways. Learning the signs and phrases to make your day special
Being yourself in front of the camera
Tracey Gibbs will coach individuals on the day along with Paul Heaton and give you the chance to pose in a warm and encouraging environment.
Also tips on selecting the right photographer for your portfolio, what to look for and what to avoid.
Also included in the workshop three professional pictures to take away.
This event is open to all Trans people.
If anyone requires makeup on the day please book with Born on email@example.com or call 0161 825 0078.
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