I am often asked the difference between the Wedding photography course and the Portrait photography course. There is a great deal, with 80% of students eventually doing both courses. No one has ever commented that there is any overlap.
One major difference is illustrated above…Pets! It is not necessary to do Pet photography at weddings, whereas if you are to become a family portrait photographer you will often be asked to take the family pet. Quite often, it seems to me, the pet is more important than the children!
All the images shown are taken by ex students who have only just started their studios.
We have assisted no less than 18 students set up their own studios in the last 12 months!
No other photography courses have achieved this level of success in helping students to set out on a new career in photography.
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