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This year Kelly is speaking at WPPI about “Step by Step, Newborn Posing”.

In this video Kelly will demonstrate one of the basic wrapping techniques she uses during her newborn sessions.

Kelly Brown is a newborn photographer from Brisbane, Australia and founder of Little Pieces Photography. Since starting out in 2005, Kelly has made quite a name for herself, winning the 2012 AIPP Australian Creative Photographer of the Year, 2013 AIPP Queensland Family and Portrait Photographer of the Year and overall the Queensland Professional Photographer of the Year for 2013, along with first place finish in WPPI’s 2013 Portrait Group and Portrait Individual categories.

 

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The decision to release the Little Pieces – Workflow Action Set came after teaching at creativeLIVE last year and receiving an overwhelming amount of emails asking if I had actions available for sale.
So – I am excited to finally share with you my workflow!
This set is made up of 20 easy to use actions that are recordings of the steps I take when editing my sessions.
And because we are all different and our imagery is different due to composition, exposure, lighting and set-up – each action comes with fully adjustable layers, masks and instructions. This also means that they can be combined for different effects and be tailored to your very own style of editing.
Your set will be available for immediate download after purchase. Please unzip the folder to extract your actions before loading.
They are compatible with both PC & Mac and can be used on RAW or JPEG files.
Because this is a digital product refunds are not available. So please check your version of Photoshop to see if they are compatible.
The Video Tutorials will guide you step-by-step through 3 different photographs from start to finish. I demonstrate how to apply each action and adapt it to the image. They also include a few other tips for editing. These video’s will be available for purchase in the next couple of days.
And unfortunately These actions are NOT compatible with Photoshop Elements.

Thank you so much for your support and have fun creating amazing imagery.

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CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE KELLY’S 16 HR CLASS on CREATIVELIVE

Posing newborns is a delicate art. Capturing those stunning images that will live on in a family’s photo album forever is a stressful job. But those who can safely create a comforting, professional experience are those who are well rewarded. Join Australian Creative Photographer of the Year and newborn posing specialist, Kelly Brown, for creativeLIVE’s first exploration into the hidden art of newborn posing. This 3-day course brings you to the front of the class with in-depth lessons and live demonstrations on all of the key components of a successful newborn business all at the fraction of the cost of individual or group training sessions. Kelly will cover everything you need to know from basics like using creative props and taking vital safety measures to the more complicated tasks of working with parents to gain trust. By the end of Kelly’s course, you will feel confident and ready to enter the hidden, profitable world of newborn photography. If you wanted detailed instruction on how to succeed on both the business and creative sides of newborn photography, there is no better opportunity than this 3-day course with award-winning photographer Kelly Brown.

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  • Denise Fytche - April 22, 2014 - 03:26

    Hi Kelly, sorry my website is just being built at the minute as i am new, to the photography business set up. I was very lucky to attend your seminar in Manchester earlier this year, which was truly amazing.
    I notice on your actions it mentions they are not for elements, do you have any other which are for elements or lightroom. If not do you plan on doing any for these?

    Glad you had a safe journey home.

    Kind regards
    DeniseReplyCancel

  • Becky - February 25, 2014 - 16:36

    Hi Kelly, I currently only have lightroom experience. I signed up for cc so now have ps. I was wondering how hard would it be for someone with zero background in photoshop to use your actioins? Thanks! 🙂ReplyCancel

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