Capturing Mood: A four step process for evoking character in your photographs

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Learn the four step process for evoking character in your photographs.

Transform your images from ordinary to extraordinary using a four step approach! Jyotsna Bhamidipati will help you to create images that have depth, emotion and character. You’ll learn how to use creative light and shadows in everyday images as we explore creative techniques for intentional artistry. From visualization/observation to editing, you’ll go behind the scenes with Jyotsna to see her create her images (including still life and self portraits!) from start to finish.

what you’ll get

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EXCLUSIVE EBOOK

150+ page guide on Jyo’s process for achieving her vision

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FIVE SHOOTING VIDEOS

5 shooting videos in a variety of settings

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EDITING VIDEOS

3 editing videos from a variety of lighting scenarios (including hard light!)

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BONUS PDF

Self portraits of motherhood

Creative self portraiture

*Please note: All items in this listing are digital downloads that must be downloaded to a computer (you may transfer to an iPad after your original download to a computer).  Due to the nature of digital downloads, they are non-refundable.

what you’ll learn

// PHOTOGRAPHER OR ARTIST

Understanding intentional artistry and looking inward to identify your intentional artistic voice

// LIGHT AND SHADOWS

How to use light creatively and incorporate hard light and shadows in your work

// VISUALIZATION

How to use visualization to create and strengthen the final product

// THE ART OF OBSERVATION

Create images full of detail by honing your observation skills

// THE VISIONARY ARTIST

Create fine art images using an ‘unposed’ approach

// POST PROCESSING

Achieve bold tones that stand out by post processing with intention

// SELF PORTRAITURE

Go behind the scenes to learn how Jyo creates her self portraits using a ‘movement’ approach

about your presenter

Jyotsna Bhamidipati is a mom, an electrical engineer and an award-winning fine art lifestyle photographer based in Sacramento, California. Photography is her creative outlet and passion. She is passionate about nature and traveling and has lived in and traveled to multiple countries. She is a lover of light and shadows and seeks to capture the everyday beauty in the ordinary around her. She focuses on capturing genuine emotions and connections between families and couples. She also is a VOICE 2017 finalist and will be teaching at Click Away 2019

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  • 5
    This breakout is excellent for pushing your boundaries on photographer vs artist, exploring light and creating and following through on vision of an image.

    Posted by Nicki Osbaldiston on 4th Oct 2018

    I’ve love the down to earth approach of how to play with light, angles and post-processing to create beautiful, artistic images. Jyo does a great job of sharing how she captures everyday life in beautiful ways. Guaranteed to learn and be challenged to push your boundaries!

  • 5
    I have thoroughly enjoyed this breakout.

    Posted by Asja Powys-Smith on 4th Oct 2018

    I feel as if i learn something new each day. It has made me begin to look at my photography as art for the first time — instead of focusing on getting my image technically correct, it has made me think of what is the emotion, the story I want to capture here and how I want to use the light to convey a mood. Jyo goes into much more detail, explaining each one of these components, in her PDF which is a wealth of information. It is clear that she has poured her heart into this project and I couldn’t be happier that I signed up for this breakout.

  • 5
    It’s clear that Jyo put her heart and soul into this breakout.

    Posted by Sara Purviance on 4th Oct 2018

    The pdf is gorgeous beginning to end, and chock full of tips to get creative juices flowing and think about things in a different way. I can’t wait to dive into the shooting and editing videos. I can imagine that anyone would learn a lot from the breakout, from beginning to experienced pro. I highly recommend it!