Doug Gordon's Free Workshop: Creative Poses For Photographers

One skill set any photographer needs to master is how to pose people in ways that don't look awkward. Doug Gordon has been teaching his "flow posing system" to photographers across the country for years. Now, starting today Oct 11th through Oct 13th, Doug is hosting The Doug Gordon Photography Project over at creativeLIVE. If you struggle with telling your clients what to do in front of your camera, you should definitely tune into this FREE creativeLIVE workshop. Check out what is covered in this creativeLIVE event below:

The Doug Gordon Photography Project:

This 3-day weekend workshop will be unlike any other creativeLIVE event you've experienced. You'll learn Doug Gordon's unique flow posing system. Learn how to seamlessly move from one pose to the next creating a string of 30 – 50 different unique poses all within a few minutes. Doug is an amazing businessman. He knows what clients want, and how to deliver a product that every client will always love. And beyond everything you'll learn, Doug's style and personality are unique. Prepare yourself for a wild ride!


Pricing:

As with all creativeLIVE workshops, the LIVE event is FREE. Video downloads of the full 3-day event will cost $149. But when you pre-order now, you can get it for only $99.

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Jacques's picture

Over a thousand weddings per year plus hundreds of portraits?  How many people does this guy have working for him, 20, more?
 

Sounds like it would be more...I work for a huge studio and we have three locations

over 300 people working for us 

Doug Gordon has 27 people working for him and besides his amazing sales and interpersonal skills, he is obsessed with efficiency. I was amazed to see how he retouches a photo in less than 30 seconds while some of us take tens of minutes to do the same job. He uses a keyboard designed by himself (if you google his store you will find it...something like doug gordon myshoppify, but I found it pricey at $300+) and applies actions with the speed of light. Doug is a true inspiration for many photographers. Cheers, Calin www.bycalin.com

Doug Gordon: LIKES: Style, business approach, some of his actual photos (nothing out of the ordinary though). DISLIKES: his way of interacting with his models, imo touching a female client is a taboo for a male photographer - especially the way he does it in his wedding DVD series. Also constantly calling them gorgeous, beautiful, sexy and so on is borderline creepy. Respect your models and they will trust you and give you all they can. Maybe it was because he knew the model of the DVD series very well, but the way he does it, he almost advertises groping. And any photographer who does this gives the rest of us a bad name.

Pugsley's picture

He does the same thing all through the course on creativelive....

I use the words "hun" and "darling" like it's my client's name. I don't see anything wrong with using personal words to help the client feel a little more at ease during a shoot. It's probably more 'normal' in the fashion industry, I suppose. It's probably also because I'm a little gay.