Hey… it’s been a while. Sorry ’bout that. I have been traveling so dang much that it has been a little hard to get to the site… but I have really got a lot of stuff ready to go.
The last few weeks included Boise, Toronto and this weekend it is Pittsburgh. If you are ready to get your lighting up a notch or two, we will have our schedule for next year ready for signup on December 1. I am taking most of December off to work on the book and DVD. We should have some great stuff for next year. I am revamping the workshop to include more demos/handouts/video and some other cool things to be announced.
Toronto was a blast… a real blast! We had some incredible light on Saturday, and some – uh – fog on Sunday. No matter… the thing rocked. Shooting in Adam Belnap’s beautiful studio (more coming on that) and the cool area all around it.
I got to see some of the beautiful Canadian countryside on the way back (getting lost facilitated a trip through the back roads of Ontario… lucky I had time). It was beautiful and cold.
I got to the airport in Buffalo and found this email from one of my attendees…
“I wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed your workshop. I am in tears right now and that is not an exaggerating. I have been struggling for awhile (for a long time) with figuring out a career path for myself. I have always had a passion for photography, but was always unsure if I could do it. I got home last night and was anxious to look at my photos that I took from Sunday’s session, but had to force myself to sleep. (I can’t lie I was exhausted, but a good exhaustion.)
This morning I woke up got the kids off to school, and sat down to look at my pictures. There were some not so good pictures, some really good images, and some photographs that I never thought I could’ve taken in a million years! They literally took my breath away. If it weren’t for you putting on this workshop, and making it affordable to someone like myself, I would still be sitting here today, wondering if I could do it. I now know I can do it, and more importantly I want to do it so bad I can taste it. Thank you a million times over.”
I love this. I really do. You are welcome!
Some recent posts from around the net:
A Photo Editor had this interesting post on “Perception”.
Heather Morton: “A Year in the Life” project.
David Hobby has a few beers with Vermeer… heh.
David Eustace and his daughter take a trip.. and the result is stunning.
My friend Chris Valites got a nice post on Conscientious.
Liz Cockrum knocks us out with an amazing set of portraits.
IMPORTANT NEWS! Selina Maitreya’s incredible, wonderful, informative and entertaining audio series is now available to the readers of this site for half off. That’s right! 50% off her regular price. Simply visit her site and order the audio. When you get to the purchase page, put in the code FOSLE and you will get $100 off the price at checkout. This audio package will change how you think about your work and working in this great business.
Let’s go on now and check out these amazing 33 images from the Flickr LE Pool.
From the amazing Lighting Essentials Flickr Pool. And remember that you should click on the images you like and visit the photographers. Leave a comment or two… they love it
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