Whew…. What a busy week. I spent the first part of the week helping out the always fun David Ziser (Of the critically acclaimed Digital Pro Talk). I was humbled that David asked me to help teach at this Masters class. I really hope that I added a different perspective and aspect to the class. The shot above was from our first day in the field shooting at a local church in Covington. The wonderful model Rebbecca really knew how to make her body contort and look good for this shot! I had a great time meeting everyone and spending a few days with the class. I really think we were able to get some wonderful shots and most everyone was happy with what they learned.
Today I had an event to shoot for my buddy Steven Easley. Tomorrow and Saturday I’m doing weddings. I’ve had a really full and packed week…
A few of the people that came to the masters class asked me to list some of the people that I follow, and links to the things that I was talking about to them. For those of you not at the class, check out some of these links, you may find something interesting that you like!
http://www.BestAppSite.com -This is the iOS App Website that I write for. We review iOS Apps and give you the best of the best every week.
http://www.terrywhite.com/techblog -This is the mutual friend of David and I who works for Adobe. Besides working for Adobe, he is one hell of a photographer and THE MAN when it comes to technology. You should definitely check him out.
http://scottkelby.com -This is another friend of both David and I who most of you probably already know but it’s worth putting his link up here just in case.
http://www.strobist.com -This is David Hobby’s site. David is the godfather of off camera small lighting. Spend some time reading over his site. Pay particular attention to “lighting 101″ and “lighting 102″. Everyone can stand to learn a thing or two from David
http://www.joemcnally.com -I was surprised to find that a lot of photographers didn’t know who Joe McNally was. Joe is a National Geographic photographer, Time Magazine, etc. The list goes on and on for Joe. You can definitely learn a thing or two about a thing or two from Joe.
http://zackarias.com/ -Zack is another really good photographer whom I follow. Zack is awesome with lighting and he is equally as awesome at teaching. Zack is definitely one to check out.
I had planned on showing you a few more images from the workshop, however I accidentally deleted an entire card, and I haven’t done the recovery on it yet. Come back Monday and I’m going to do a complete how to step by step process on how I did what I did to the shot above in post. Don’t miss it! See you all on Monday. Jason