Going to Photoshop World? Be Sure To Bring Your Camera For Westcott’s Photo Shootout
If you’re coming to the Photoshop World Conference & Expo next month; make sure you bring your camera, because we’re doing something really cool with the folks at Westcott that will totally make it worth your while.
Besides Westcott’s regular booth on the show floor, NAPP has partnered with Westcott to create a special “Photo Shootout” area. Here’s what Westcott has planned:
Four uniquely themed shootout bays will feature professional models, renowned instructors, commercial product set ups and more. Each day we will begin with four custom designed scenes all professionally lit utilizing the award-winning Spiderlite TD5 constant lighting system along with high-end modifiers, props and backgrounds. Professional models with be styled by Candace Corey who has worked with such talent as Lady Antebellum, Danny Glover, Olympic Winner Shawn Johnson, comedian Chelsea Handler and more. Her work can also be found in Rolling Stone, People, Self and Maxim. Stop by the Westcott booth and meet Candace in person as she provides instruction on the importance of styling for photography.
To help guide you through the shootout will be two amazing photographers who have both designed and created past Westcott catalog covers. Eric Eggly is a commercial, international and award winning photographer with more than 20 years experience. Michael Green is an artist, professional and award-winning photographer with the distinguished recognition of being a NAPP Guru Award winner as well as a current Westcott Top Pro. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn how these guys both became so successful.
Plus, while you’re there you can enter to win one of two complete displays used at the show valued at well over $8,000 each including lights, modifiers and backgrounds.
This is something we’ve always wanted to offer on the show floor, and I want to thank Kelly, Dave, and everyone at Westcott for helping to make this happen.
P.S. Westcott has a really great presence on Facebook, and they’re always posting images, tutorials, and articles about lighting. If you’re into studio gear, friend them on Facebook (here’s the link).