Are you interested in getting better at photography or do you need a new professional profile picture for LinkedIn or your Social Media? Then attend this photoshoot workshop.
Golden Hour is the best light for portrait photography. We will under the photoshoot therefore use this natural light for picture taking. We will move around at least 3 different locations on beautiful Djurgården and you will receive personal tips on how to take the best photos. You will of course have the chance to ask all the questions you are wondering about and get pictures of yourself that you can use for your professional profiles.
Photographer Liisa Eelsoo teaches you the basics of portrait photography and will let you take photos and be photographed during the Golden Hour. You photograph participants and they photograph you, so that you get as fantastic images as possible to use for your own use, as well as lots of knowledge about portrait photography.
This workshop is perfect if you need a new profile picture but also for you who want to learn about photography. You learn angles, light and composition under my guidance.
I will offer coffee, so spend an afternoon with me in the beautiful Royal Djurgården and learn portrait photography.
Bring your camera equipment, practical clothes and a good mood! There will be a little coffee!
Photographer Liisa Eelsoo works as a freelance photographer in Stockholm with a focus on weddings, events and real estate. With over 10 years of experience and customers such as Advokatbyrån Cederqvist, the Swedish Medical Association, the makeup brand Per Lei and a dozen wedding couples, you will have a professional mentor in photography for an afternoon. Her photos have been published in Expressen, Allt Om Bröllop, Sisters In Law, Travel News Sweden and more. Education: Bachelor of Media & Communication: Communication Studies, Uppsala University & Kalix Media Program.
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Hosted in Swedish or English
3 - 10 participants
Keep a safe physical distance between yourself and other people. When you meet your host(s) and other guests, don't shake hands or hug – try a no-contact greeting instead.