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26:47 Duration

Family Creative

Using the same Mother/daughter trio from the ‘Family Classic’ shoot, Sue takes us through the steps to create a creative family portrait. Full of romance, softness, and showcasing form, we see the three beauties all together in a whimsical portrait and then separate into gorgeous individual poses.

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12 Comments

  1. Am I missing something on these videos? I’ve watched the fine art ones and now this one and neither of them have the final images? Sue talks as if there is about to be another video to follow in both examples but neither has one. Do are these something we have to purchase separately or am I missing a link or were they just never recorded. Help please as really would love to see the final outcome of both courses, thank you

  2. Hmmm…no retouching..?
    Simply stunning portrait though…I am DEF going to go for the fantasy look with all my clients! It’s just divine and such a unique selling point!

  3. I am so wowed!!! Simply the most gorgeous portraits. Oh if only I could take photos half as good I would be so happy. Thank you so very much Sue for teaching and trying to share your talent the way you do. I am soooo impressed with you it is unbelievable. And on top of that you are certainly a gorgeous, gracious, beautiful lady!

  4. Good morning…I’m trying to find a tutorial/PDF on the tulle skirts you’ve made. I’m sure it is already done because you’re so thorough I just cannot find them.

  5. You mention that the ND filter is so dark that it’s hard to lock focus. Since there’s so much light, I can see using the ND but so much is in focus am curious what aperture you are set at. Thank you for these videos, this is a look (painterly) I’ve worked to achieve before finding your IBWS a couple years ago, I thought I was in the wrong direction because of all the “natural light” enthusiasm. Happy to be seeing these now, I will go back to this idea as i much prefer controlled light.