Accelerated Corporate Portraiture, with Joe McNally

During this day-long shoot, Joe gives a series of examples of executive portraits and boardroom setups.

In this course, Joe McNally brings viewers along on a day of corporate photography. During this day-long shoot, Joe gives a series of examples of executive portraits and boardroom setups. During these lessons, Joe talks about finding solutions to portraiture. He discusses lighting set ups, how he manages people, how he tackles lighting problems, and how he keeps the clients happy, with an emphasis on making them and their brand look good.

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Course Lessons:

Lesson 1: Introduction (Duration 02:55)

Lesson 2: Meet and Greet (Duration 02:12)

Lesson 3: Tour the Location (Duration 06:05)

Lesson 4: First Setup (Duration 03:34)

Lesson 5: Dealing with Problems on the First Setup (Duration 04:47)

Lesson 6: Photos at the First Setup (Duration 12:21)

Lesson 7: Group Portrait (Duration 10:06)

Lesson 8: Office Portrait (Duration 08:56)

Lesson 9: Large Meeting Room (Duration 06:28)

Lesson 10: Corporate Symbols, Part 1 (Duration 10:01)

Lesson 11: Corporate Symbols, Part 2 (Duration 10:29)

Lesson 12: Conclusion (Duration 01:49)

Meet Your Instructor: Joe McNally

Joe McNally is an internationally acclaimed photographer whose career has spanned 30 years and included assignments in over 50 countries. He has shot cover stories for TIME, Newsweek, Fortune, New…

8 Comments

  1. Really enjoyed this. Found that "pool of light" over the table to be an interesting look that I want to play with for that much larger room. Would be very interested in having Joe so a class on just gels.

  2. it's nice course, about reality working problems. I'm glad to take the information, it will be need in my work next. The biggest Thanks to Joe!!!

  3. Joe McNally is an inspiration either in studio or on location, doing wild sports or corporate portraiture. Always a pleasure to watch and certainly tons of things to learn.

  4. I have watched many of Joe's videos. Previous videos were done with professional models that can work with the photographer to make a great photo. This video was different and more realistic about the challenges of working in a corporate environment with ordinary people that are not in front of a camera for pay. I learned a lot from this video and I saw a different side of Joe working in an environment that brings different challenges and expectations. Joe is just a great professional and is always doing what it takes to ensure quality results.

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