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Wedding Photography: Posing the Family
Wedding Photography: Posing the Family
Neil van Niekerk
Take charge of a hectic wedding shoot and capture polished family photos that will wow your clients!
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Learn posing, lighting and editing techniques to capture the unforgettable wedding portraits of your clients' dreams.
Neil van Niekerk
Neil van Niekerk
Learn posing and lighting techniques to make every bride look her very best!
Kathryn Krueger
Kathryn Krueger
Develop your signature style as you learn to create unique compositions, work with available light and capture compelling images of honest emotion.
Kirsten Lewis
Kirsten Lewis
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