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Shoot The Look – Dave Delnea

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SHOOT-THE-LOOK-01-COVER-400_1024x1024My friends at Craft & Vision have just released an incredible new video series by Dave Delnea – SHOOT THE LOOK!

If you want to really learn your craft, it’s more than buttons and dials. You need to be able to take all the technical stuff you’ve got under your belt and apply it to create particular moods and aesthetics. You’d be hard pressed to find a commercial photographer with more credibility, experience, and the desire to teach this, than Dave Delnea.

SHOOT THE LOOK, Volume One, is a 5-episode live-action video series that takes you behind the scenes as Dave Delnea recreates five popular advertising looks, from concept to execution. Dave walks you through lighting, gear, technique, and editing, to help you to understand the why and the how of each look.

Each video can be streamed or downloaded, and runs between 15 and 20 minutes (almost an hour and a half of teaching) and will give you all you need to tackle these aesthetics, and adapt them to your own style. These videos are much more than recipes for one look or another, they teach transferable techniques that give you tools to learn this craft and put your own stamp on the images you make.

SHOOT THE LOOK is available here.

 

Check out SHOOT THE LOOK here.

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