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Create and capture beautiful connections in your family photography.
Do you want to capture compelling, connected images? Join Angie Monson in a Breakout that will show you how to create and capture connection in every session. You’ll get an inside look at Angie’s twelve step process for creating connections in her family sessions. From posing to prompting, relationship building to games, Angie will show you exactly how she makes her sessions flow as she shares all her tips for ensuring success at every single session.
what you’ll learn:
How to create connections in your photographs every time
Learn how Angie plays with her clients to elicit the response she wants
ANGIE’S TWELVE STEPS
Angie’s twelve step process for connected families
How to pose and prompt any client
How Angie communicates with her clients pre-session to set herself up for success
How Angie prices her connected family photography
about your presenter
Angie Monson is a portrait photographer located in Salt Lake City, UT. She’s just a gal trying to make a living while pursuing her dream. She is the mother of three sweet babies that keep her on her toes. She started Simplicity Photography in 2005 and aims to capture connected, compelling images.
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Angie Monson is hands down the best at capturing connection. She is brilliant, knows her stuff and works hard, yet her images appear effortless and natural. So glad she is willing to share her knowledge and talent with us.
I’ve used Angie’s guide(s) to improve my skill for my personal use! Her ability to capture personalities, vulnerable moments and the perfect lighting makes my photos look like professional art! And I’m not a pro! Thanks Angie for making these guides for even the every day mom!
Not only does she go through 12 steps of how to capture better connection in your images she then shows you with a video of her shooting a session. I loved how genuine and honest she was. We all know that sessions don’t always go as planned but to embrace the chaos and find the real moments. Excited to implement these steps in my sessions.