The Intro to Basic Studio Lighting workshop will provide you with the necessary knowledge to create captivating portraits in a studio environment. The day will focus on the nuances required for working with studio strobes, as well as allow each person to have the opportunity to create 3-4 powerful portraits using minimal gear.
During this intro to studio lighting class, you will not only learn how to create effective and eye-catching portraits, but to also how you can utilize minimal gear for high caliber outcomes. Read More
When I walked in, I was greeted by a warm welcoming glow. The open ceiling and low hanging lights made it feel as if I had walked into an intimate restaurant. The facade is wrapped in curtain windows, flooding the shop with natural light. On the right, as you enter is a wall adorned with records. Even more cover the back wall, along with a few turntables. Read More
Yesterday (Friday | April 22, 2017), I had the absolute privilege to be given a tour of the Washington Post (Washington D.C.). The event was organized by Holly Garner from IGDC and our tour guides were Tauhid Chappell (Social Media Editor), Austin Graff and Dee Swann. Read More
Social networks, such as Instagram have become essential to brands, which by the way is a content driven platform. The thing is though, because Instagram and others were not valued in the beginning a precedent was set and is still in effect today. That precedent is, the more followers you get, the more free stuff you’d get from brands. Basically, it became a social media high school.
Brands were willing to reward the popular kids and the popular kids, not knowing the value of anything were happy to take free product rather than getting paid to promote the brands. Brands have thus grown tenfold while spending a few dollars to manufacture a product. Read More