We all fall into a rut where we crawl back into a safety net when we shoot. Same lighting setup, same poses, same props, etc. But what if we don't have all that?
Being dynamic means you can handle any curveball thrown at you. This class is about using what you have at your disposal and getting the best from your subject. It's more than just building an image, but building trust and establishing a line of communication with your client. The more you know them, the more flexible your image will be. It's not the equipment you use but rather how you control and direct the situation. Being dynamic means you can handle any curveball thrown at you.
Jordan Chan is a photographer now based in Mobile, Alabama. He is the in-house photographer for Denny Manufacturing Co. since 2014. His style of work has evolved into a blend of portraiture and commercial to fit the company's requirements. Prior to that position, he was based in a small portrait studio in St. Pauls, North Carolina and served clients throughout the state. He also honed his skill in the past by traveling and teaching in the After Dark Education program. When off the clock, he could be found exploring restaurants for the most unique and exotic cuisine. He is also a bonafide cat lady with a brood of four cats. Follow him on social media at @jwwchan on Instagram.