Saturday July 16, I am doing a Photo Walk “Composition In The Field” for Digital Photo Academy, in Rockwood Conservation area in Guelph. This will be fun, so if you are interested, sign up and see you there. Contact me via email if you have questions.
Go here to register, and do it soon:
Hope to see you and your camera on Sunday!
I do it properly. During a portrait session with a client just now, I also did a few “desat” portraits. Because why not!
Also black and white and “standard linkedin” colour. And high-key (without jacket) as well as standard. What I mean is this: when you do portraits, do them well, so you are seen as not “Uncle Bob”.
So tonight I did a great workshop in North Toronto. Great because the six participants were very enthusiastic and they really, really got it. That’s how it goes when you:
- Hear it a second or third time
- Practice it yourself rather than just listen.
And that is what tonight was about.
You can have a lot of fun with one flash. In this case, one flash with a grid. Off-camera and fired with Pocketwizards.
Two flashes, one with an umbrella on me, and one with a chocolate Honlphoto gel on the background, gives us yours sincerely:
You like that? Then learn some flash techniques from me, any time. It’s all just technique, as Peter West once told me. True say!