Some More Images From Norfolk

June 6, 2008 | • Workshop

OneLight Workshop Images

MANY thanks to my Norfolk host Eleise Theuer and her sister Angela Stott for being such gracious and generous hosts and friends while I was in Virginia this week teaching a OneLight Workshop. I met so many fantastic photographers from Virginia, Maryland, Ohio, and Texas! Thanks also goes to Kussie, Kera, and Paula for being fantastic subjects for us to photograph.Here are a few more images from the workshop this week.

OneLight Workshop Images

OneLight Workshop Images

OneLight Workshop Images

More after the jump…

OneLight Workshop Images

Here is a side by side image showing the available light we were working in and then how we can control the situation a little bit to make a better portrait.

OneLight Workshop Images

OneLight Workshop Images

OneLight Workshop Images

OneLight Workshop Images

OneLight Workshop Images

The next one is from the night before at the OneLight mixer. There is no sweeter lovin’ than some bar lovin’!

OneLight Workshop Images

At 1:30 in the morning we were in the front yard showing how we could use some off camera lighting during a bouquet toss. I’m sure Eleise’s neighbors thinks she’s even MORE crazy than they usually do! :)

OneLight Workshop Images

Cheers, Zack




Discussion

  • Jason said on June 6, 2008

    aint no party like a onelight party!

  • Jen Hunter said on June 6, 2008

    I love Marie’s face! Ahhhh, what fun ;-)

    Thanks again for a super workshop, Zack! I learned a great deal and can’t wait to put some of it into practice.

    Hope you had a safe trip home.

  • Robert C said on June 6, 2008

    Luv all your work. Say, any chance you could come downunder (aus) for workshop?

    Do let me know ..
    Thx
    Robert

  • zack said on June 7, 2008

    Jason – Dats right!

    Jen – It was great to meet you! Thanks for your kind words!

    Robert – WE are working on getting down there for 2009!

    Cheers,
    Zack

  • Kristina Whitman said on June 7, 2008

    Great to see more images Zack! I’m still processing all I learned. Fabulous experience!

  • Paula said on June 7, 2008

    Zack – it was so amazing to soak in all your knowledge and experience AND have the opportunity to be your model! What an amazing workshop!

    Paula

  • Marmalade said on June 7, 2008

    Look @ my gorgeous friend “Crush!” Zack, as always I am humbled by your mastery! Just amazing work.

  • melissa said on June 7, 2008

    oh man that looks like FUN love the hose shot!!

  • K.C. Larsen said on June 7, 2008

    You never cease to amaze. Excellent work. That first one is gorgeous.

  • Jessica R said on June 9, 2008

    Zack…
    Thank you so much for sharing your amazing talent with us. I think what I enjoyed the most and have taken to heart is your philosophy (just stuff) and Edward Weston quote. The lighting information will take me to the next level, no doubt!

    You are a rock star!

    Cheers,
    Jessica

  • Derek Lapsley said on June 9, 2008

    Great stuff!! I can’t wait for your next post! I love the first image.

  • Schwartz said on June 10, 2008

    Your ability to breakdown difficult information is unreal. I only wish I had teachers like you as I was learning more about photography. You are such a wonderful humble person as well. It is nice to see that good people still win…

  • zack said on June 10, 2008

    Thank you everyone! And thanks David. Those are kind words that keep me going.

    Cheers,
    Zack

  • zack said on June 10, 2008

    To answer David Burke’s question about that boom in the third shot above…

    Hey David!
    That is a ghetto rig right there consisting of a Bogen superclamp and a monopod.

    I took the female brass stud that comes with the Bogen umbrella bracket adapter and screwed it on to the thread of the monopod. That made the monopod a lightstand at that point that the umbrella bracket adapter slid onto.

    Then I put the superclamp on the light stand and placed the monopod rig in that. I hung a small man purse on the other end of the monopod (opposite the light) to act as a counter balance.

    You can do the same precarious boom rig with another light stand instead of the monopod.

    Cheers,
    Zack

    PS – Thanks for all the blog love David! How you doing?

  • MattDJ said on June 18, 2008

    I truly missed out on this excellent opportunity and meet some of the most talented people I know (and don’t know!). Right in my backyard no less!! Now you’re going to make me have to travel to catch you Zach!




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