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Wedding Photography Course with Warren James & Trompie Van Der Berg

By | 17 August, 2016|Flash Photography, Hotshots, Wedding Photography|

I cannot believe that almost a month has gone by, since our 5-day Wedding Photography Workshop with myself and Trompie van der Berg. We got some fantastic feedback and images by the students, and decided to write a short post and share some of the techniques they have learned:

Photos from our latest Wedding Photography Workshop | July 2015

By | 11 August, 2015|Flash Photography, Hotshots, Wedding Photography|

Here is some feedback from our 5-Day Wedding Photography Workshop, which took place earlier this month. On day one and day two of the wedding photography course, we focused on the commercial and marketing side of wedding photography, including developing a personal style and other creative issues. On day 3 we had a shoot covering various basic as well as creative lighting techniques; from working with natural light to more elaborate flash and artificial lighting setups. On day 4-5 we covered digital workflow; from image selections to editing, and creating wedding albums. Our main focus is to establish consistency and accuracy without sacrificing creativity by using the latest and greatest editing software, presets and online services. The "wedding shoot" is really the highlight of the workshop and I would like to share a few techniques and images we shot during the wedding course:

Express your vision using Flash!

By | 15 March, 2015|Flash Photography, Photographic Equipment, Photography Lighting, Portrait Photography, Wedding Photography|

In the On-Location Lighting workshop I teach our students that one of the 7 reasons to use flash is to express your vision. As photographers, light is the notes we use to compose a song. If you only know half the notes the song you create will be pretty limited in tone and originality. If you however know the full range of notes you can create a masterpiece! If we are able to recognize and make use of natural light as well as incorporate artificial light where needed we can truly express our vision and create our own masterpieces!