It’s been a busy week this past week and I don’t have much time to get a lengthy post together for you guys (perhaps that’s better??).
I figured I would share with you some experiences that I had recently and what I learned from them, I hope it doesn’t bore you to death!
Model Shoot For Tissh
I have been hard at work going through images from a recent model shoot for clothing designer Gloria Lee for her Tissh line of clothing. You can check out her website HERE.
Check out the end of the post for the 1st thing that I learned this week!
Vaughan Bridle Show
Had an opportunity this past week to help out my friend a fellow photog Nick Bicanic at the Vaughan Bridle Show. It was a 2 day event and we had a blast! Shot the fashion show at the end of day one along with Nick and Pete.
On day two the show was fairly slow (felt bad for Nick). Nick was shooting the fashion show again so Pete and I decided to do some exploring. I got these to captures while we were goofing off (or should I say roofing off!?!):
So the second thing that I learned this week is that no matter where you find yourself there are always good opportunities to make images.
So what is the 3rd thing that I learned this week?
Well since I started this blog I have managed to get a post up every Friday until this past week. At first I was pretty bent about it, but now I realize that the things that I was doing this past week were just as important as getting a post up, it just didn’t feel like work because I was having such a great time!
A parting shot:
I have one last image to share. It is a image from the Tissh shoot:
The shoot was quite a bit of fun but also challenging. Circumstances did not permit using a studio so we had to make do with what we had. Here is one of the images from the shoot (posted in black and white at the request of my pal Peter Mckinnon, this one’s for you Pete!)
As you may be able to tell from the image, it was a very tight space and a VERY tall model. So since this post is titled “The 3 things I learned this week…” here is the 1st thing that I learned – regardless of what photographic situation you may find your self in, more often that not you can make it work! In the above shot I am literally standing 40 feet from the model.
Thanks for reading.
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