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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.

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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.

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In this hands on workshop you will be photographing a model as you learn techniques for shooting portraits.

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Learn what equipment is vital to creating your studio, what to look for when you buy, and an overview of how to use it.

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This class will teach the basics of shooting portraits with off-camera flash (Strobism), which is a more versatile option than studio lights.

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This class will teach the basics of building your own Strobist (off-camera flash) studio as an alternative to using studio lights.

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Tonight we are at the studio teaching a portrait lighting class. We do this several times a year.

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Tonight we had an aerialist at the studio. She performed on a suspended ring.

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It’s been a while since I have posted, but with the new theme and logo I decided to come back to this. I am spending the morning at the studio doing a maternity shoot. Stay tuned to my feeds for photos this week.

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So yesterday I was asleep at the wheel, so no post.  Tonight we do it paparazzi style at the studio.

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I spent the night at the studio helping out on the monthly camera 101 class and doing some site maintenance.

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Today I had a chance to shoot something very rare and different.  A 1939 Ford Hot Rod.

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I was down at the studio tonight and saw something I never expected to see. Bare feet….

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Tonight was my Strobist class at the studio. I had a pretty good turnout with 14 people. Everyone enjoyed the presentatin and went away with a lot of new ideas and knowledge. On the way home though, it was tail lights as far as the eye could see.