It’s that time of the intern season again! Time to teach the current interns everything I know about children’s portraiture. I have been photographing children full time for the past 3 years. If you would have told me in school that I would have speciality in this area of photography – I would have laughed at you. But, today, I couldn’t see my professional life without it!

In the workshop I discussed topics like how to make the most out of the photo shoot, appropriate poses for different ages, and equipment. The children in this workshop were 4, 5, 7, and 10 years of age!

Here are a few shots I took during the workshop in demonstration!


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Here are a few images from the interns – make sure you look out for their blog posts THIS FRIDAY about their experiences!

Intern Becky                                                                                                             Intern Kristi

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Intern Michaella                                                                                                     Intern LeeAnn

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Intern Kezia

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Read a little more about my past children’s portraiture workshop here!

And watch a video of the workshop here!

 

 

 

 

  • krisandra

    I am a graduate of this school and that school, but most importantly I am now an intern with Leahand Mark.com. My name is Krisandra and here a little about me.

    I was born in Chicago, raised in Florida, but currently reside in Atlanta, GA (for the last 6 years anyway).
    I love my family most.
    I collect horror movies even though I am too scared to watch them (even in the daytime).
    I placed in 3rd in a hot dog eating contest (3rd out of 3).
    I have been in the Chattahoochee River more times this summer than any water (besides a pool) in my whole life.
    I love to enter 5k's.
    I love to read and knit (by knit I mean scarves and only one pattern).
    I live by quotes.
    I have 2 cats (Princess and Feliz) and a hermit crab (Hermies).
    I want to take your picture.
    I will show you what I see through the viewfinder.