Essentials of Creative Wedding Photography, with Cliff Mautner

Join world renowned wedding photographer, Cliff Mautner as he shares his best tips, tricks and techniques for creating unique, one-of-kind wedding photos that are guaranteed to WOW your clients.

Unleash your creativity with this exclusive look at how one of today’s hottest wedding photographers captures some of the most creative wedding photos seen anywhere on the planet!

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Course Lessons:

Lesson 1: Introduction (Duration 00:43)

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Lesson 2: Moments (Duration 01:07)

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Lesson 3: No Plan (Duration 03:06)

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Lesson 4: Avoid Formula (Duration 02:58)

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Lesson 5: Sharpen My Style (Duration 02:30)

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Lesson 6: Photojournalistic (Duration 03:12)

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Lesson 7: You Don't Know (Duration 01:33)

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Lesson 8: Take a Look (Duration 01:10)

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Lesson 9: Old Lady (Duration 00:29)

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Lesson 10: Tech Aspect (Duration 03:30)

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Lesson 11: Exposure Compensation (Duration 02:33)

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Lesson 12: Historgrams (Duration 01:10)

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Lesson 13: Pictures (Duration 04:29)

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Lesson 14: Dropped Off (Duration 00:42)

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Lesson 15: Camera-less (Duration 01:19)

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Lesson 16: Sidewalk Shoot (Duration 02:13)

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Lesson 17: Backlit Veil (Duration 04:16)

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Lesson 18: Harsh Light (Duration 02:26)

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Lesson 19: Silhouette (Duration 02:28)

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Lesson 20: Horizon Lines (Duration 00:41)

Lesson 21: Not a Picture (Duration 01:33)

Lesson 22: Nikon or Canon (Duration 00:55)

Lesson 23: Vantage Point (Duration 01:33)

Lesson 24: Exposure (Duration 02:29)

Meet Your Instructor: Cliff Mautner

Recognized by WPPI as "one of the top photographers and educators in the world," Cliff Mautner's 28-year career in photography includes 15 years and 6000 assignments as a photojournalist with…

14 Comments

  1. His trainings are so inspiring, I just want to run outside into some harsh light with my camera! I don't think I would have ever said that before! Fantastic training, straightforward and useable. I love his no nonsense approach - fan +1

  2. Excellent course filled with pearls of photographic wisdom. I've seen Cliff's website and he is a master. I'll be watching all of his courses. To the producer/director/camera crew: Perhaps the staff kitchen should be put somewhere else away from the studio so we don't hear them laughing and talking as well as the microwave going off. The least you could do is warn them you are recording and ask them to be quiet.

  3. I really appreciate Cliff's work and discussions. I seldom shoot weddings, but I have learned many great things about available light portraits from him. He has helped me to come closer to capturing what I want.

  4. Great course!!! Cliff really does a good job explaining his mindset behind his pictures. And I love the fact that he says you don't have to follow the rules. That's what makes the pictures so great. I would like to see even more courses from Cliff!

  5. How many times have I watched Cliff's classes...I've lost count. I'll watch them just for motivation, just before a big job. His passion for what he does comes through in his voice.

  6. What a fantastic class! This was so inspirational and I haven't definitely taken away a lot of great points - not just for wedding photography, but tips that can be used over all genres of photography. For me, the best tip is to look at my scene more, looking at where the light is and framing the scene better - rather than just click, click, click. It's also important to look for the moment as well - two opposing ideas, but very valid. Thanks for the inspiration Cliff! - Francesca //

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