Don’t Forget Fitness!
Tell the Story of the Athlete in Everyone!
Do you want to create dynamic, eye-catching fitness photographs? Bee Trofort will demonstrate how she uses color and motion to bring her fitness images to life. She will discuss how she finds clients and how she produces her award winning images.
Bee Trofort-Wilson introduces ways to simplify lighting concepts in order to create bold, dynamic portraits of athletes and models. Whether you're shooting a yoga instructor, senior portraits, or a model, learn the techniques that Bee incorporates to create strong, eye-catching imagery through long exposure portraits. From utilizing colored gels, grids, and various modifiers, Bee provides tools that you will be able to instantly incorporate within your work, no matter what field you are in.
Not all of her clients are world-class athletes, nonetheless she has mastered the skill of showcasing the abilities and talents of anyone seriously involved in fitness. She’ll show us how to highlight human effort, as well as explaining how and why she started “UBelong” and “Bee Strong”, her platforms for celebrating women in sports.
How to create long exposure portraits
Correct studio lighting and camera settings
How to incorporate gels and grids into sport portraits
How to direct your athlete/model
Props in relation to their sport (basketball, baseball, etc)
Bee Trofort-Wilson is a commercial and editorial portrait, sports, and fitness photographer on a journey to motivate and inspire others to "Bee Fearless N Create" . She has created content for the CDC, Adidas, Under Armour, World Athletics, WNBA, AMC, and more. In 2020, she opened Bee Fearless Studios in Atlanta, GA, to provide others with the resources and tools to create content fearlessly, with no excuses.
Pre-meeting event: Photography Tips and Hacks
5:30 PM to 6:30 PM.
Pre-meeting events are free for our monthly meeting attendees. No separate registration is required.
This month's pre-meeting event is about sharing photography tips and hacks.
Questions like, how to make a client smile? What kind of strap doesn't hurt your back? How do you carry your equipment to outdoor shoots? What are the safety measures for protecting your equipment at shoots?
Share the tips and tricks you use in your day to day photography jobs or ask your friends at DPPA for tips. This is a open forum for all us to seek and share our knowledge with our friends.