MAKING A PORTRAIT:
CONCEPT TO CREATION
with Victoria Andrews
with Victoria Andrews
“Ignite your creativity and discover the tools to help you create original and captivating portraits. Victoria will step you through her whole process, from developing concepts, bringing these ideas to life, all the way through to producing a beautifully finished, polished piece of artwork”
In this workshop you will explore and develop your own creative ideas, then learn the practical steps you can take to turn these ideas and concepts into beautiful photographs. We will look at how other art forms and their artists can inform your work when developing ideas, whilst drawing on this inspiration and developing your own voice. This course will also include how to use creative shooting techniques, editing techniques along with gaining the tools and insights into social media. Then finally building a portfolio and setting goals for growth into the future.
Victoria will be giving away her some of her brushes that she uses for editing.
Workshops operate 100% online. All our premium course content is available to you 24/7 so you can learn at a time that suits you!
There are no set class times, so that means YOU follow the lesson plan when it suits YOU!
Our team of Instructors have put together easy to follow courses which are offered as a downloadable pdf at the end of your course period, that incorporate comprehensive lessons and complementary video content.
Our All-Inclusive students are guided through each weekly lesson through our Student Forum and will receive invaluable personalized feedback and bonus content on their progress.
Victoria is not only a photographer but also a high school teacher, a mother of two young children and possibly a coffee addict. Hailing originally from Auckland, New Zealand, she now calls Brisbane, Australia home and she is passionate about photographing families, specialising in child portraiture.
She has a genuine desire for pursuing natural beauty and loves nothing more than capturing a dusting of freckles across one’s face, the sparkle in someone’s eye or the way the late afternoon sun sprinkles dappled light onto the subject. Having said that, she also loves a striking studio portrait!
With a background in the Arts, as both a dancer and teacher, she has a unique perspective on spatial awareness, composition and how the body moves. This ingrained knowledge allows her to perfectly capture the raw emotion on the faces of those she photographs.