Most great images are created when the photographer's intent is captured. Often a viewer can learn so much more when that intent is explained. Join professional photographer Audrey Woulard as she deconstructs some of her images. We will discuss light, the how’s, and the whys, in addition to using both natural light and artificial light. We will go over equipment choices, composition and how she converses with her clients in order to elicit the expressions she is attempting to capture.
Get to Know Audrey:
Audrey Woulard is an internationally known portrait photographer who is known for her portraits of young people. Her love for the art of photography began with the birth of her children. She left the corporate world very early in life and embarked on a career in portrait photography. Her long career has allowed her to be commissioned to shoot or teach her craft in places such as Australia, London, Amsterdam and Barcelona.
Audrey has also photographed high profile commercial assignments such as Pottery Barn Kids and IAMS pet food. Her work has been featured in publications such as O Magazine, Instyle, People Magazine, US Weekly and Intouch magazine. Her love of the people she photographs drives her passion, and her greatest achievement is capturing her client's memories year after year.
She is a speaker for industry conferences such as WPPI and Imaging USA. She also holds her own private workshops called Light Exposed. Audrey is also dedicated to teaching photographers the art of photography on her education platform: AW Teaches.