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  • Greetings everyone! Corey Barker here to share with you my latest holiday project. Once again I collaborated with headshot photographer Peter Hurley and we decided to do another movie poster project. Some of you may remember a little project I did with Peter on recreating the poster for the Chevy Chase movie Vacation using Peter as the main subject and then we also recruited Mia McCormick and Brandon Ford to be part of the fun. We gathered everyone in the studio and we had RC shoot the images I needed. I then took those images that afternoon and created the poster below. I love projects like this where I feel under the gun because under pressure is where I most creative. The result came out so nicely that it ended up being a featured tutorial in my Down & Dirty Tricks Book Vol 2.…

    OK, my buddy Jeff Cable (he’s a sports photographer and works with Lexar), does this “Jeff’s Favorite Things” big giveaway every year, and he’s giving away a ton of stuff again this year — everything from a Wacom Intuos Pro tablet to a Canon 70D camera, to a DJI Phantom 2 Drone to a Sigma lens and a whole bunch more (including some of my books). Anyway, he’s got 36 prizes in all and he’ll draw 36 winners starting on December 12th, so it’s worth checking out. Here’s the link to enter. Here’s a list of what Jeff is giving away this year:  DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ Drone Canon 70D DSLR camera with 18-135mm IS STM lens Canon PIXMA Pro-1 Printer Wacom Intuos Pro Medium Drobo 5D 32GB Lexar Professional 1066x CF Card or 32GB 600x Lexar Professional SD card (2 prizes) Sigma 50mm 1.4 lens…

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    Creative Speed Lighting for Fashion, Glamour, and Beauty with Lou Freeman There’s more to speedlights than just portability. Join the amazingly talented Lou Freeman as she shares the wisdom gained from three decades worth of fashion, glamour, and beauty photography to show you how creative you can get with speedlights on location and in the studio. From the basics of setting up your lights to her favorite accessories, Lou talks through all of the settings and gear she uses throughout the class. You’ll see Lou work in a variety of locations from the soft light of a fine interior to the harsh light of the beach, before heading into the studio, and all along the way Lou shares her tips, techniques, and tricks for using speedlights in ways that will really make your images stand out from the rest. The Business of Fashion Photography with Lindsay…

    A bowerbird gracefully lands three feet from the front of my lens, like the 500 or so birds before her (or him, I'm no ornithologist). She has come for the smorgasbord of delights I've spread out in the guise of capturing them on camera. Hopefully, she'll ignore the photographic paraphernalia surrounding her and in the exact moment that I'm ready, strike the pose I've been looking to incorporate into my latest body of work. This is the dance we've been playing for sometime now, weeks in fact. Step 1 / Bird lands on table. Step 2 / I desperately trigger the camera from inside my house some 40 feet away. Step 3 / The bird; food in beak, decides not to wait around for the second 2000 w/s strobe flash. So... how did you gain access to a 400 year old baroque castle? I'm frequently asked this…

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