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Irene Rudnyk is proudly


by Canon Canada.


A photograph is one dimensional, flat and often doesn’t fully translate what we see in real life through its censor. In this presentation I will show you some of my favourite tips and tricks on how to correct that and create images that look a lot more 3-dimensional.
We will learn how to utilize light, environment and equipment to achieve my signature look. Followed by a lesson on editing images in Photoshop for finishing touches and enhancing the 3D effect.

Irene Rudnyk is a portraiture photographer inspired by feminine beauty and best known for the vibrant colors and a unique use of natural light in her feminine portraits. As a Canon Canada ambassador, content creator and educator, Irene works to capture the subject in front of her camera in a creative and romantic manner.

Irene says “I picked up a camera around 13 years ago and regularly photographed my main subject, my sister Orysia. Since then, I have been captivated and inspired by feminine beauty. I try to capture the subject in front of my camera in a more creative, romantic manner. I don’t strive for realism, but rather a visually pleasing and feminine version of the finished product. While the subject is always the focus of my images, I truly put a lot of thought into the environment and details of the photo. I like to have full creative control over the photoshoot, so I often act as a stylist or creative director and sometimes assume the role of the makeup and hair artist.

I never was and never will be an overly technical photographer, and I love to show how I achieve my images with just simple techniques and budget setups suited for both professionals and beginners. I enjoy helping other photographers and started a YouTube channel to share my creative projects and help other photographers with tutorials, behind the scenes and DIY videos. I share my art with over 830k subscribers in the hopes of inspiring others and to spread some beauty into the world.”

Visit Irene on YouTube