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There are 40 something images I want to share from the OneLight Workshops in Detroit. More than I want to post on the blog here so I have created a set on Flickr. Here are a few of my favorites from the set…
Dinner at a local bar
Had some amazing light for a few minutes and we turned the flash off…
Then turned it back on…
You can find more on theOneLight Detroit Flickr Set.
Meg and I are heading out to dinner with Chris and Katie Torres. I wanted to share one of my favorites from the Detroit OneLight. More coming tonight.
… It has all been done before… but we had to do one too…
THANK YOU so much Melissa for bringing me to Detroit for 2 great days of OneLight Workshops.
After going on a GOYA expedition in downtown Detroit this morning, I am now sitting in the airport waiting for my bird to fly me home to Atlanta. I’ve had an absolutely fabulous time up here in Michigan so be on the look out for a crap ton of photos from the OneLight and from our urban exploration today to be posted here on the Snoop Blog.
I’m having an amazing time here in Michigan for the Detroit OneLight. We were out shooting until midnight last night and talking until 2:30am and now I’m getting my fill of coffee to get ready for day two to start. More photos to come.
We could not have had a more perfect day for the Atlanta OneLight workshop! Warm weather, amazing group of photographers, blue skies, cold Newcastle. Here are a series of images from yesterday’s workshop. Thank you to all of you who came from near and far to make it to the workshop. Also, thanks to Carlos for his heartfelt blog post about his experience at the mixer the night before. Los… we’ve got to get you and your family in for some photos!
There are more images after the jump. You’ll see some more side by side images like previous OneLight posts.
We kicked off the Atlanta OneLight Workshop with a great mixer tonight in our “still new to us” studio here in Decatur. It’s always a good night when we can bust out the disco lights!
Here’s a classic one of our fearless studio manager, Erik, as shot by Jason Young.
Thanks to all of the locals who came out to join us in networking and getting to know other folks who are coming in from out of town for the workshop. I’ll post images from the workshop tomorrow!
I’ll be honest. I used to hate Houston. I spent a good bit of time there when I lived in Texas and I never liked the city. Thanks to the amazing hosting talents of Janelle Lynn, I now love Houston! We had an amazing time there. Thanks for bringing the workshop out there. We also had some amazing photographers come out to be our subjects. Thanks Abel and Lisa!
You’ll find some more side by side examples of images comparing the available light and the lit shots. As I stated in an earlier post, this isn’t to show that the lit shots are “better” than available light images. You will see the difference though and off camera lighting (for me at least) is about having different options.There are quite a few more after the jump. I was quite inspired by the location we had to use! Houston has been redeemed!
You’ll see a few side by side images here showing the difference between the available light and the lit shots. Now, these aren’t necessarily shown to show how much better lit shots are from the available light shots. There are are qualities to each. What I teach at the workshop is that lighting gives me control and options. If I was only shooting by available light then I only have one option. Adding light to the scene gives me more options.
More after the jump…
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