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The Art Of Posing

A 2-Hour Photography Course

Since we started Hudson’s Photo Workshops 7 years ago, I’ve always wanted to share my secrets and have a class on posing! I’m excited it’s now available for my students!” 

– Bruce Hudson, Master Photographer
Professional Photographers of America

 

This class is designed for students who have taken the
‘7-Steps To Better Photography’ Course.

Here’s what is covered in the 2-hour workshop:

Why a class on posing?

One of the hardest challenges facing photographers, both PROS & Photo Enthusiasts alike, is how to pose people so they look natural. In the past 2 decades, Bruce has taught hundreds of professional photographers the Art of Posing and now he has turned those concepts into a NEW class for Hudson’s Photo Workshops. The Art of Posing goes into depth covering the 10 principles of successful posing and how your subject(s) body language affects the overall mood of the photograph.

“I first studied with Bruce Hudson at a 4-day workshop in SC 12 years ago. He taught me a lot in those 4 days but what I learned the most was how to pose my clients so they look natural. I’m known in my community as the photographer that makes people look great without using stupid poses. If you have the opportunity to work with Bruce, DO IT!”

Denise Jane, Certified Professional Photographer, Professional Photographers of America,
Denise Jane Portrait Design, Strasburg VA

Bruce’s 2-hour class is approximately 1-hour of classroom time going over the 10 principles of Successful Posing, with the remaining time putting into practice what you’ve learned photographing subjects.

It’s recommended that you’ve at least taken the 7 Steps to Better Photography class as a foundation prior to this class.

Meet Your Instructor:

Master Photographer, Head Photography Class Instructor & Owner of Hudson’s Portrait Design.

Seattle area native Bruce Hudson has led a colorful life. As a professional musician and educator, he had the opportunity to play with such greats as Bob Hope and Seattle’s own Kenny G! From 1978 to 1982 he was a band director at Tahoma High School in Maple Valley, WA. Bruce left teaching to pursue his passion for photography at the end of the 1982 school year. As a nationally recognized professional photographer, he’s photographed politicians including President Bush 41, Washington State Governor Gary Locke and his family, and numerous State and local leaders throughout Washington State. Many celebrities and sports stars call Bruce Hudson their personal family photographer including future Baseball Hall of Famers Randy Johnson and Omar Vizquel, music legend Marvin Hamlish, and nighttime radio personality Delilah and her family