This is the sixth session of the 6 part photography course. We will be going over editing techniques using Lightroom and Photoshop.
This is the fifth session of the 6 part photography course. We will be going over editing techniques using Lightroom and Photoshop.
This is the fourth session of the 6 part photography course. For this session we will be in the studio focusing on studio strobe lighting.
This is the third session of the 6 part photography course. For this session we will be in the studio working on continuous lighting techniques.
This is the second session in a 6 series photography course. Previously, we went over camera basics and how to capture the correct exposure. During this session we will use what we learned previously to gain a better understanding of how to shoot in natural light.
This is the first of a six session photography course designed to take each student from the beginning of learning their camera to the end of a completed photo shoot.
- Understanding your camera
- What is exposure?
- Shooting in manual mode.
- Depth of field
This particular project was based around the clothing designed by Nichole Patino (Napi Designs). I was shooting under my photographer alias (No Image Photography) and wanted to do something a little more in the direction of my own personal style. Nichole recruited a friends of hers, model Heather Berhosky (Antietam), to model a few of her new summer designs. We didn’t have too much of an idea in mind other than doing the shoot on the beach. I knew I didn’t want it to be a typical beach bathing suit shoot, so I tried to put my twist on it — in comes my good friends Photoshop. The whole process was fun and light. Here are a few of the images from our shoot.
Photography: No Image Photography
Clothing: Napi Designs
Model, Hair, MUA: Antietam
Location: Santa Barbara, CA