This class will be a webinar to walk through at a high level the photography workflow process from extracting photos off your media card to the final finished product.
No lights? No problem! In this class we cover how to get great portraits without the need for additional studio or speedlights.
High key lighting is a style of lighting that is characterized by low contrast, even lighting. In this hands on workshop you will be photographing a model as you learn techniques for shooting high key lighting.
Low key lighting is a style of lighting that is characterized by high contrast lighting accentuating contours and creating shadows. In this hands on workshop you will be photographing a model as you learn techniques for shooting low key lighting.
In this hands on workshop you will be photographing a model as you learn techniques for shooting portraits.
Learn what equipment is vital to creating your studio, what to look for when you buy, and an overview of how to use it.
The second part of our class covering the basics of camera operations and understanding exposure will lead you through customizing your camera settings and understanding more advanced concepts.
Whether you just bought a new camera or you’ve been shooting for a while and are looking for a refresher, this class will cover the basics of camera operation and understanding exposure.
Face it, whether you are taking pictures that you wish to show to your own family, or show to other photographers, or perhaps to even show to prospective clients, you need some way to easily showcase these images on the web.
Do you have a speedlight or two? Do you want to add more mood and options to your portraits? Have you ever needed to photograph a model at night? This class is for you. We will cover simple fill flash to balance the ambient as well as more advanced techniques and special effects. This is a hands on class designed to teach you the basics of night time portrait and headshot lighting using speedlights.
This class will teach the basics of shooting portraits with off-camera flash (Strobism), which is a more versatile option than studio lights.
This class will teach the basics of building your own Strobist (off-camera flash) studio as an alternative to using studio lights.
Do you have a speedlight or two? Do you want to add more mood and options to your outdoor portraits? Have you ever wanted to add some detail to a model and needed more than a reflector? This class is for you. We will cove…
Have you ever wanted to learn how to shoot products either on a black or white background, with lighting and strobes? This is a class for beginners. You will learn the basic fundamentals for lighting, shooting, minimizing shadows, getting clean lines, and most of all have fun with other photographers.
This class will be a webinar covering the basics of what you need to know about traveling from a photographer’s point of view. You’ll learn what to keep in mind before you travel, such as what to bring and space savin…
Have you ever wanted to learn how to shoot with off camera flash? This is a class for beginners. You will learn the basic idea behind off camera flash.
This class will cover the use of snoots, gels, beauty dishes, and ring flashes for Strobist style lighting. This is a hands on class where you will be shooting a model and I will demonstrate the use of the different tools to achieve the effect you want.
HDR is a post-processing technique that allows you to combine differently exposed photos of the same subject matter into one in order to achieve more intensity in your photos. HDR will give you a wider range of darks and lights in your photos, amazing detail, and more vivid colors.
This is a great opportunity to see how easy editing is in Lightroom as opposed to other editing software.
These days, as a photographer, it’s easy to spend more time managing your files and websites than you spend behind the camera.
This class will cover tips on focus and exposure; IR filters; and having a camera converted to shoot specifically in Infrared.
Products can be shot in many ways but if you want to have professional quality results there are some important aspects which must be followed to ensure results suitable for publication in top catalogs, brochures, and similar print media. Also, in the age of the web and on-line sales presenting products in the best possible way can be crucial in making a successful sale.
Do you have a speedlight or two? Do you want to add more mood and options to your outdoor portraits? Have you ever wanted to add some detail to a model and needed more than a reflector? This class is for …