Manipulating multiple lights in a studio setting
Posing and styling with models
Shooting proper angles and technique
Bending and shaping light both on the model and backdrop
Get a behind the scenes at Shannon's studio and full set up
Getting flawless skin without losing texture or natural glow
Techniques for highlights, shadows
Blending multiple images
Background swapping with digital drops
Color balancing, toning and all over vibrance
Sharp and crisp, yet smooth and textured clothing and wardrobe,
so much more
Learn how to create award winning gorgeous fine art.
In "A Tradition of Beauty", Shannon shares with you ALL of her lighting, shooting, posing and post processing secrets behind this GIA award winning image.
Watch Shannon work in front and behind the camera, with her subjects.
Learn how she shoots, where she positions herself, and works subjects.
Learn how Shannon uses wardrobe to tell story, and why she selects specific pieces of clothing for her subjects.
Understand the importance of posing, angles, and body language for portrait photography.
Get a first hand and up front look at Shannons in studio lighting.
Shannon explains exactly why she chooses specific lighting, patterns, and positions her gear, to achieve her exquisite, and natural looking, studio lighting.
Shannon will go through each and every step in her portraits editing process, using tools and steps that have helped her achieve her award-winning look.
She slowly, and thoughtfully, explains how and why every edit is made.
Truly stand out of the crowd and away from your competition by learning the art of digital painting!
Create your own award winning masterpieces with the unique touch of this creative process.
Award-Winning Fine Art
This portrait competed on a global level as part of Team USA against 35 other countries with some of the world's most well-known and sought-after photographers ...
and WON first place!
Smoothing and painting hair, even the tiniest strands
Painting texture to wardrobe, and even the finest feathers and smallest details
Creating an edit that has an old world 'oil painted' aesthetic
Understanding a variety of 'digital art' brushes and how to use them for each technique and stroke