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Assign 30 Photographers the same subject at the same time, and most of the images will look like siblings. Your choice of light sources, and how you use them, defines your distinct style. Do you understand the nuances of strobes, ambient light, soft boxes, umbrellas, beauty dishes, strip lights, reflectors, (and more)—and how they react together? You can.
For the first time in his career, Russ is openly sharing his secrets, lighting techniques, and tips.
• See custom-tailored lighting schemes used throughout a day of shooting.
• Gain confidence by learning an arsenal of lighting applications for challenging situations.
• Witness the impact of varied light sources and modifiers.
• Learn how to deliver your clients more images, with more variety, in less time.
• Hear behind-the-scenes stories of some of music’s most famous photographs, and the lessons they taught Russ.
What effect have digital technology, an angry economy and a new generation of photographers made on an ancient art form?
How has the fact that everybody carries a camera in their pocket affected the perceived value of our work?
How can you know where we’re going, if you do not know where you’ve been ?
Join Texas portraitist Gabriel Alonso as he shares his comprehensive overview into the evolution of portraiture and where it stands today.
Covered will be historical perspective, composition, lighting and posing, balance and style. All supported with audiovisual presentations and hands-on demonstrations.
With new photographers entering the business every day, how do you rise above the noise and have your creative voice heard? Create an online strategy to get noticed.
Those other photographers will not matter if you combine your passion and your online voice.
Brad is a North Texas photographer specializing in art portraits and actor headshots. He has had a camera in his hands as long as he can remember and got his professional start doing freelance photojournalism and event photography in college. Graduating with a degree in Math, his professional photography career was put on hold for awhile, but ultimately he came back to his first love. Over the last 10 years, he has worked at establishing himself as one of the premier headshot photographers in Dallas and has had images published in a number of books and national magazines, as well as had the opportunity to photograph many celebrities including Kevin Sorbo (Hercules), Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters), and Lar Park Lincoln (Knot’s Landing and Friday the 13th Part VII).
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