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FUN Photographing People Part 3 class.

Posted on Saturday, May 9, 2009 at 01:59PM by Registered Commenterkennethlinge in , | Comments3 Comments

Last Saturday we had a truly great Photographing People Part 3 class here in Orem, Utah. We where suppose to have it in Salt Lake City but moved it to InStudio and Utah Valley because of rain :-) We set up 4 work stations, my main camera room for shooting with strobes , showroom for window light, classroom as an experimental studio with metal halide light etc. Workstation 4 was to go outside regardless of weather and make the best of it. We put two and two students working together pr model. They get one hour to alternate shooting and assisting at each work station. In Part 3 MaryLyn and myself coach going from team to team helping out. This way they can truly learn and experience how much better they can shoot with an assistant. After our Pizza break we all went outside for the night as a group. It was so much fun, we brought portable tungsten spots, reflectors etc. The highlight of the day was when we photographed a Wedding couple 10 ft from a train passing full speed! I want to give you a link to one of the great students, Raquel's Blog here you can see some fun samples from the pictures she shot this day. I think going through the Photographing People Part 1-3 truly help you move up to a level of truly having more professional looking images. Learning to create more depth and dimension in your shots controlling color temperature and also more 3 dimensional lighting. The lamp you see in this overview shots (Thanks Joel Jenkins) is a Lowel 650w Fresnel Spot running with an inverter of a running cars battery. For more info and dates on my classes please go to www.IntSOP.com If you would like one where you live ? then please help me get 15 people together and let's do it :-) 

Reader Comments (3)

That looks like fun, even with the moody sky. I really want to sign up for a class one day. Too cool!

May 9, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJennifer Grigg

My hands are shaking and my heart is thumping hard...to see my link on this blog. I have to say that ever since your seminar I find myself going over everything you taught me and when I don't get it right I get home and go over notes. I hope practice will help improve my photographs. But it was SUCH an HONOR to learn from YOU.

Raquel

May 19, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterRaquel

...please where can I buy a unicorn?

November 23, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterGadeGuadiatubref

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