If you missed our webinar with Veronica Yankowskit, of VeroLuce Photography, be sure to catch the replay (below) for some valuable tips on creating powerful images in any location.
When it comes to portrait photography, the location of the image can sometimes be just as important as the subject! Sweeping vistas, vibrant foliage, and modern backdrops can all add visual interest and help draw the viewer in. But what happens when the session location is less than desirable? The lighting couldn't be worse, the weather won't cooperate, and the colors are flat and dull. It's a scene that could make even the most veteran photographer pack up and go home. If this situation sounds familiar, then join photographer Veronica Yankowski, of VeroLuce Photography, for a live webinar featuring her top tips for creating art in any location. Veronica is passionate about making the most of any photography situation and believes every photographer can create works of art no matter where they choose to shoot.
If you're interested in learning how to create powerful images in any location, then join Veronica and CG Pro Prints on Monday, March 12, 2018 at 11:00 AM EST. Register above to secure your spot!
About the Presenter
Veronica L. Yankowski is an international award-winning photographer specializing in documentary style events, soulful portraits, and empowering boudoir. Veronica began her career in 1996 after earning her degree in journalism (cum laude) from Rider University. She worked part-time for The Trentonian for two years before freelancing for some of the area’s top news outlets, such as The Star Ledger, The New York Times, and The Associated Press. After the birth of her daughter in 2005, Veronica shifted gears and left the news world to begin her portraiture business. It wasn’t until 2012 that she branded her company VeroLuce Photography; “veroluce” is Italian for “truth and light.” Known for her soulful portraits, she expanded her business by creating Veroluce Boudoir in 2013. That same year, reality TV star Dina Manzo of “Real Housewives of New Jersey” posed for a boudoir session, establishing Veronica as an expert in photographing women and helping them feel empowered.