Next Level Portraits
Photography + Video Workshop
Are you looking to improve the portraits you take of people and yourself? In this session, we will focus on using subtle changes in light, angles, and posing to highlight your best features. We will explore how to connect with your subject and create intimate portraits that tell a story using your camera and your digital device. We will also discuss how to use some of the most popular filters to enhance your picture without looking like an over-processed hot mess.
Lucrecer is an award-winning photographer, graphic designer, watercolor lettering artist, and digital marketing strategist. She can also plan the heck out of an event. She has been an artist for most of her life and a photographer for over seventeen years and has had numerous photographs and original art published in books and magazines.
She is a passionate and motivating speaker and has graced the stage at many conferences leading sessions on honing your creativity, marketing, and PR strategy, relationship building, photography, blogging, and podcasting. Lucrecer is a popular workshop leader with a focus on social media strategy, community building, live broadcasting techniques, and visual communications. She delivers soul-stirring messages that motivate people to do their best and never give up.
Lucrecer was recently honored by TEDxCincinnatiWomen as one of their “Extraordinary Honorees” for her accomplishments in the community as well as her unique personal achievements.
She also helped create the Black Women in Politics database. When she and three other Black women went looking for a database of Black women running for office and couldn’t find a comprehensive one, they decided to create one. For the first round of this list, 100+ Black women candidates were a part of the database. When they put out a call for people to submit others who they knew were running for office, the list grew to over 500.
Born in Georgia, Lucrecer is a southern girl at heart. She loves on herself, loves on haters and has no problem calling out “hot mess” when she sees it.