During the second day of the IFAC workshop we divided up into groups and all chose different speakers from the previous day to shoot with. I chose Joey Wright, a local photographer here in Orlando, who is known for his edgy work in commercial fashion and beauty. Joey is recognized by Westcott Lightingn as one their 2010 Top Pros, so it was fitting that he was teaching about off cameral lighting. This is an area that I am not as familiar with because I typically shoot in natural light, so I figured it would be a good learning curve for me. We learned about various off camera lighting options as well as how to manipulate natural light to your advantage. I definitely walked away with new ideas for future shoots. I will try to get some of the behind the scenes images up soon, but for now here are my final images. The first set with the stone brick wall was off camera lighting and the others were natural light. Hope you enjoy!
A big thank you to Kristin Weaver, Joey Wright, and Images for a Cure!