Greg Williams’ photographic career has taken him from war zones, to the North Pole, to becoming one of the most trusted insiders in Hollywood.
2. Working with subjects
Greg talks in detail about how to get the best out of your subject, drawing on tactics and skills he’s learned throughout his extensive career.
Greg teaches you how to ‘read’ the light in any location, and teaches you the fundamentals of lighting in a way that can be easily, and practically applied.
Greg explains the importance of having control over your exposure. He covers the fundamentals and looks at the situations where you should override auto‑exposure.
Greg discusses finding a photograph in any environment, and the advantages of working quickly.
Greg covers the fundamentals of composition and when to break the rules. He talks the rule of thirds, perspective and vanishing points and how to draw the eye to your focal point.
Greg deals with both technical and creative focusing. He talks about how to tell stories using focus when taking the picture and when editing.
Greg discusses the importance of authenticity, believability and imperfection when editing and explains how his candid photographic style guides his edit process.
The moment where everything that you’ve learned comes together and you can tell your stories in individual frames. Greg breaks down some of his favourite photos from the archive, and looks at the craft of storytelling in each case.
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