In this final clip from our video interview with portrait master Gregory Heisler, he tells the secret to getting hired by clients. Hint: it has far less to do with your portfolio than you might think.
Heisler recently released 50 Portraits, his first book, which is a retrospective of his career, as well as a rich tutorial in the art and craft of portraiture. Check out the excerpt of the book in this month’s issue of PDN, and also the three previous video clips featuring Heisler’s tips on lighting, relating to subjects, and other topics.
Gregory Heisler Shares the Techniques That Go Into His Portraiture
PDN Video: Gregory Hesiler on How to Relate to Portrait Subjects (Even If You Are Shy and Bumbling)
PDN Video: Gregory Heisler on His New Book and Best Portraits
PDN Video Pick: Gregory Heisler’s Tips on Lighting Portraits
How Top Photographers Shoot Great Portraits
PDN Video Pick: Miller Mobley’s Tips for Landing Clients
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