Annie Leibovitz Teaches Photography | Official Trailer | MasterClass



In her first-ever online class, award-winning photographer Annie Leibovitz teaches her process for working with light, creating concepts, and finding your point of view as an artist. Through case studies and on-site lessons with Annie during a magazine shoot, you’ll learn her photography techniques and be inspired to try new ways of approaching your craft.

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In a career that spans four decades, Annie Leibovitz has created iconic photographs of the world’s greatest leaders and artists. From her intimate portraits of John Lennon to her dynamic images of Serena Williams, Annie’s work has graced the covers of hundreds of magazines, including Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, and Vogue.

In 1972, Annie became the first woman to be named chief photographer at Rolling Stone. Since then, her work has been exhibited in the Smithsonian Institute, the National Portrait Gallery, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Some of Annie’s most indelible images include John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s famous “kiss” portrait, Bruce Springsteen’s Born in the U.S.A. album cover, and Demi Moore’s often-imitated pregnancy portrait on the cover of Vanity Fair.

For photographers and artists, Annie Leibovitz’s MasterClass is the best way to learn how to transcend technology and create timeless pieces of art, no matter what gear you have. In her MasterClass, Annie Leibovitz takes you on a live photo shoot, giving you rare insight into the process of her work. Learn how she conducts research, plans the photo shoot, scouts locations, and interacts with both her team and subject.

Annie Leibovitz’s MasterClass will take you beyond the technical and into the art of photography. In video lessons and a customized workbook tailored to each chapter, you’ll learn how to tell a story in a single still and add dimension to your images.

In this online photography class, you’ll learn how to:
• Research your subject
• Sharpen your observation
• Come up with photo concepts
• Establish a rapport with your subject
• Create effective lighting
• Develop your storytelling
• Approach photography as both an art and craft
• Improve your skills by taking family portraits

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29 thoughts on “Annie Leibovitz Teaches Photography | Official Trailer | MasterClass

  1. My view is that great artists are rarely great teachers because they don't understand their innate talent. Mediocre artists are much better because they have had to learn

  2. I respect her. But she is not a Photographer anymore. She is a celebrity. The real world of a photographer outside her world is very different.
    So, no.

  3. Very misleading trailer. It is definitely the photographers job to put the subject at ease. Our subjects are not the self-assured, confident, successful-in-their-chosen-field types that Leibovitz photographs. Our subjects invariably need reassurance and confidence boosting. Leibovitz built her commercial success on elaborate setups with medium format cameras, complicated lighting, assistants, Polaroid tests, (champagne catering?) Huge budgets. For her to sell this image of her success template to the mass-market guy on the street with a Canon Rebel and a kit lens (more or less) is misplaced. There are so many youtubers more relatable than Leibovitz. What she should sell is her lighting setups, how she read's her subjects' body language to get into their heads, her processing workflow, etc. I'd enroll in that.
    I dont care for her message that "you can do it (like I do it).

  4. Having dabbled in photography I find this video enjoyable. I've had photography on display at a local library and a school.

  5. SOME CLASSES ARE NOW REDUCED!!!! 
    (SOME OF THEM IN HALF AND THEY DON'T TELL YOU ABOUT IT WHEN YOU BUY A SUBSCRIPTION)
    While watching Aron Sorkin’s masterclass I’ve realized that I have access only to 13 lessons. In the overview it says I’ll have access to 35. Now there are also no lessons in writers room with students which I’ve watched when I bought this master class few years ago. The same thing I experience regarding Dan Brown’s MasterClass which promises 19 classes and I have access only to 12. 
    Reducing lessons in half is a big disappointment considering that I subscribed mostly to see Aaron Sorkin’s 35 lessons including working in writers room – that part for me is the most valuable part of his MasterClass and when buying a subscription I was assured by your overview description that I will get access to them. 

    In other words we are not getting product We were offered in the description – and that is cheating your customers, MasterClass.

  6. i like the way she says , if your thinking about what camera you've got then you're not taking pictures , & uses a hasselblad lol , it's what she's comfortable with , & when you're taking pictures if stars , you need a good camera , as they expect perfection , i can see where she's coming from , i bought an expensive nikon , but was'nt confortable with it , & it was very heavy with all the gear , so i exchanged it for a canon , which is very light & so are the lenses , & i can even carry it in my handbag , it maybe just a 200D , but i love it .

  7. This is by far the worst MasterClass in the history of the masterclasses. She sucks teaching but that is OK. The shame is on who produced this crap. The editing is terrible. The interview is poorly executed. You wasted the time of many people and wasted the time of one brilliant photographer with a load full of bullshit.

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