Photo Shoot In 180 Seconds
I first started getting into watching Chase’s videos when I saw this video on organising a workflow – he creates really interesting videos of behind the scenes footage of a real world commercial photographer.
This video in particular is important as you see behind the scenes of a whole photoshoot in just 3 minutes, while at the same time, it doesn’t feel rushed. Check out some more of Chase’s videos if you find some time as you can tell that they’re very well thought out, and made.
Watch as award-winning photographer Chase Jarvis spells out all the steps of a commercial photo shoot from concept and contracts to delivery of final images.
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