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Clay Blackmore discusses How To Photograph Everyone

March 16, 2013 9:52 PM | Deleted user

Sunday March 17, 2013  3:30pm

Fun and engaging, Clay Blackmore has developed a new program for those who wish to learn how to create great portraits of everyone. Consistent results are at the heart of this new program with an emphasis on posing, lighting, composition and expression. Working outdoors or in the studio, Clay will show you how to harness the light and create beautiful images of men, women, children, families, brides, individuals, couples and groups. Confidence is key, explains Blackmore. "I can help anyone gain a better understanding of what people like and don't like in their portraits. We concentrate on a few simple thoughts each time we get behind our camera. By committing these techniques to memory, by training our hands to find the shot, we free our hearts to capture the moment."

DSLR video techniques will be discussed in full detail. See how Clay has turned his wedding business into a full service studio that has elevated videography to cinematography. Blackmore is one of the most passionate photographers working in the country today. One of Canon's Explorers of LIght and a member of the elite Cameracraftsman of America, every image he creates reveals a master photographer committed to his art. A mentor and a veteran instructor, his lectures have been embraced worldwide.

Clay Blackmore is one of the most influential and sought-after photographers in the world, with a clientele that includes celebrities the likes of Larry King, Forest Whitaker, Jenna Elfman and Maria Sharapova. His photographs are routinely featured in Washington Life Magazine. A protege of the legendary Monte Zucker, Clay is a legend in his own right. Clay meticulously developed his photographic, teaching and business skills during his 25 year association with Monte, first as an assistant, then as a co-educator and a business partner.

In addition to his mastery of lighting and classic portraiture, Clay is at the forefront of HD-DSLR cinema, pushing the limits of the latest innovations in filmmaking to create timeless pieces of cinematic storytelling. His world-class studio in Rockville, MD., supports a team of passionate photographers and filmmakers working with the newest technologies in the field. Collaborating with companies such as Canon, Tiffen and Quantum, Clay has been among the first to test and evaluate new products for photography and HD-DSLR cinematography.

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