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By Annie Nelson

The Art of Indoors

If you are looking to generate more income during slow season, but don't have a studio, in-home sessions are a great way to do that! In my new course, you will learn how to shoot, edit and market in-home sessions that tell a family's TRUE and AUTHENTIC story. No studio required. Watch me go behind the scenes at an in-home shoot of a family of 7, learn how to market in-home sessions to book more during slow season and throughout the calendar year, how to compose an image, use interesting angles while shooting, and how to crop while editing for emotive and storytelling images, learn how to help style your clients to tell their authentic story while maintaining your own style and voice in photography, and more!



For Any Level Photographer

(Beginner to Advanced)

What will you learn

    - How to market and book in-home sessions to generate income during slow season
    - Cropping for emotion
    - Composition and angles for storytelling
    - Prompting
    - How colors in styling affect your edits, and how to help guide your clients in styling to maintain your voice, while showcasing their true style
    - Editing: what presets, actions, and "extras" (overlays etc) I use, and how I keep my work looking consistent from outdoor to indoor
    - Settings and time of day for in-home sessions
    - How to use indoor light

Whats Included

    BTS of an in-home family session
    PDF that covers styling to compliment your edits, settings, time of day, prompting etc.
    2 editing videos (covers presets, actions and just-for-fun overlays I use while editing)
    Session flow explanation video
    Cropping for emotion video
    Angles and composition for storytelling video
    How to market for and book in-home sessions video

Lauren Newman

"If you want to succeed in your photography, whatever that means to you, then you need to fuel it with passion and hard work. If photography is the air you breathe, the thing that distracts you and not the thing from which you are distracted, if it’s the thing you most want to do, to talk about, to spend your spare time on, and if you work harder at it than you’ve ever worked on anything, you will make it." - David DuChemin