Last weekend, we had our first group go through the Making Daylight workshop! Here are a few snapshots that I took from the evening, and you can even read Ashley's recap of the workshop here, and Jen's recap here! (If you attended and you also blogged about the workshop, leave a link in the comments!)
My goals for the evening were to share how to reproduce a natural daylight look, to learn the different effects you can get with specific lighting setups and reflectors, and to learn how to be resourceful with what you have and what you can find at a hardware store. We had a lot of fun and I'll be sure to do more of these in-home workshops locally, but I will soon have available an online version of the course that includes a LOT more about exposure and lighting! We've been working on the e-course to release it in June and I can't wait to show everyone. If you'd like to be one of the first to know when it's released, send me an email here: hello (at) arrowandapple.com ! But for now, the workshop photos...
*For all who went, here is a badge that you can proudly flaunt on your blog/site proving your attendance!
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These last two photos are shots I took in our indoor lighting set up - some quick photos of Josh's wood cut outs! If you want to learn more about them, go here.