About This Class
Always dreamed of turning your photography hobby into a job? It's easier than you think. Travel to Thailand with iconic Instagrammer Sean Dalton as he takes you through everything you need to know in order to start making money as a professional photographer.
Within 6 months of shooting his first portrait for $60, Sean was making a over $4000 per month in portrait sales. In this 90 minute straightforward and practical course, Sean shares all of his secrets of success, speaking about topics such as:
- Finding your first paid client
- Planning your shoot
- Identifying shooting locations
- Best gear for portrait photography
- How to shoot and edit a professional portrait
- and so much more.
Whether you're an aspiring freelance photographer or simply a hobbyist that enjoys shooting portraits, this class tackles everything you need to know about becoming a professional photographer. Learn directly from pro photographer Sean Dalton, and gain direct behind the scenes access to a professional photo shoot.
COURSE RESOURCES (Mentioned in course)
- Sean's Classic Portrait Presets
- Shootproof Photo Hosting
- Squarespace, Wix, Adobe Portfolio
- Best lens to buy video
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Check out Sean's Instagram
Visit Sean's website.
Sean Dalton is an American travel and lifestyle photographer. Originally from San Jose, California, Sean moved to Thailand in 2016 to pursue humanitarian efforts. His work brought him to several South-East Asian countries, where he developed a strong sense of visual imagery. Sean has established a large thanks to his consistent editing style and online courses. Sean has nearly 100,000 students on Skillshare where he teaches content related to digital photography, travel, business, and social media.
Sean is largely based out of Thailand and Indonesia, but is consistently traveling to different parts of the world for projects both personal and professional. Sean takes a stylized approach to his work, aiming to emphasize the original emotions that exist in any given scene. His strong understanding of light, color, and editing have allowed him to develop his unique style over the years.