Taking your own family or solo photos doesn’t have to be stressful or unsuccessful; in fact, it can be quite easy! In this instructional video, I walk through my tips, tricks, and secrets of taking your own photos that I know will be a game-changer in your self portraits!
This video course includes 47 minutes of instructional teaching, demos, and behind the scenes to allow you to walk away confident in your ability to take your own self portraits. Upon checkout, you will have access to the course link inside your account. You can visit your account to view all of your courses at any time by clicking "My Account" in the top menu of my shop.
What type of course is this?
This is a 47 minute video course which includes instructional teaching, demos, and behind the scenes.
How will I access the course?
Upon checkout, you will have access to the course link inside your account. You can visit your account to view all of your courses at any time by clicking "My Account" in the top menu of my shop.
Can I view this course more than once?
Absolutely! Your purchase includes unlimited access to this course.
Are there any requirements prior to taking this course?
No! I talk through 6 ways of taking your own photos; however, your ability to use each way (or all the ways!) depends entirely on the type of camera you own. While it is helpful, you do not need to know how to shoot in manual to take this course; however, a DSLR is required.
It's a simple concept but having Katie as your cheerleader with examples from her own experience was the inspiration I needed to get this done. I am so much less averse to doing this now that I have the right tools and the proper coaching from Katie. In a quick and straightforward way, she shares several methods of how you can do this with gear to suit any budget. I'm a big fan of "done is better than perfect" but these actually turned out so beautifully that I gifted prints to each family member and even used one as my new business card image and social media profile picture.
Owner, Lisa Tait Photography