Sunday, January 31, 2010

Southwest Lights Photo Workshop

With a lot of hard work Jason Abbot rescued one of the top Canadian portrait photographers, Warne Noyce, from the central Canadian plains and with participants from as far away as California nad Nova Scotia, the first Southwest Lights Workshop was born.

Talk about a busy weekend, three days of shooting all day through the wee hours of the morning and then getting up and doing it again after five hours of sleep.  Nothing like having a top portrait photographers help you work with poses and lighting when you are use to shooting most everything photojournalist style.

I was definitely more comfortable shooting outside, but this does really put an itch for a set of studio lights and workspace.

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