In the second part of this live critique show (you can watch part 1 here), Karl continues to review portrait images submitted by members.
Working alphabetically according to first names, Karl offers his feedback and advice on images submitted by those with first names K-Z.
Throughout the show, you’ll learn about important aspects relating to portrait photography, including the choice of background and how this impacts the shot, what to think about when it comes to including supporting elements (such as outfit choice, props, background etc) and simple retouching techniques that can quickly enhance any image.
Topics covered in this show include:
- Portrait photography tips
- What makes effective portrait imagery
- Lighting tips for portrait photography
- Posing models and positioning hands
- The importance of separation between the subject and background
- Post-production techniques for portrait photography
To learn more about portrait photography, visit our Portrait page, where you’ll find a wide selection of different lighting setups for portrait photography, ranging from simple one light setups to four light setups.
If you have any questions about this show, please use the comments section below.
Please note the live feed will start earlier than scheduled — this is to ensure the show starts on time. We will remove this section from the replay for viewing convenience within 24 hours of the broadcast, but if you’re watching it before then, please skip ahead.