So I have been doing some dabbling in video. I have gotten a Vimeo account and created a WIX and Patreon Page. I’m doing some sexy horror films. Kind of like old B movies with the scream queens. As I write this I’m starting on the 4 film. It’s called “Devour” and should begin filming in about a week. If you’d like to see the projects visit my links below. Reminder please be 18+ years of age. The settings are mature on the Vimeo feed. Thanks and if you like the videos please support our efforts on Patreon!
I had the pleasure of attending another workshop by Danny Griffin on glamor photography. We started with the basics. First setting the camera for our location. The location was a nice studio in downtown Kansas City on the top floor of an older building. Lots of large windows, bright color walls and old hardwood floors. It was a really nice location. Next we setup the lights to create highlights on the model. The back lights were more of a harsh lighting. These were set about 1 stop above the main light. The main light was a large soft box set slightly off center. We also used a kicker to ensure our model had even lighting.
We then had the pleasure of working with model Jessica Vaugn. We shot several different outfits. In addition we changed up the lighting to several different styles ranging from a single center to color gels for our back lights. Our photoshoot with Jessica was about an hour and a half.
Following the photoshoot we had a photo editing session. I always learn a lot from these. Even if it is a simple tip it really helps.
The other great part about the editing session is the fact you get feedback on how your images look. You get to see how others shoot the same model in the same setting. This is a great tool to learn what to change or not change.
Now as I always say I don’t give ratings. I think like any training you get out of it what you put into it. Each person learns differently. So, here is what you will get out of the workshop. First a chance to work with an experienced model. Second lots of lighting tips, ideas and the ability to put them to use with practice. Finally, a chance to learn new editing techniques. If this sounds good then the workshop is well worth your time. I know I enjoyed it and learned a lot. I would recommend this workshop.
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