Christmas is coming – it’s the time for giving. And for only $9.99 you can give an aspiring photographer great tips regarding production so that every shoot is fun and seamless! Communication is key regarding any type of relationship, and one with a photographer and a makeup artist is no different.
Section one: Scheduling your first shoot
A perfect start to get the look you want, how to prepare for it and what to discuss to make the shoot day flow easily
Section two: Terms for Makeup and Hair
Helps you understand makeup and hairstyling terms to get the look you want quickly and easily. This is also great when working with clients.
Section three: Lighting and Makeup/Hair
How to discuss lighting with your team so the makeup, hair and wardrobe all look flawless in the photos. How to set up and all work smoothly together.
Section four: Best Products to have when no makeup artist is present and how to use them.
snippet from my book:
This is a great time to discuss whether the photographer (YOU) will be giving the makeup artist a CD, or prints, or both. You really do need to discuss this beforehand so there is no miscommunication or false assumptions. You should also discuss if you are both wanting to submit this to a particular magazine to get an editorial published. Makeup artist and model portfolios are a standard 9×12 and photographer portfolios are 11×14.
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