We hope you have enjoyed the recent chapters on the Ice Society, we now feature Chapter 106.
Let's start off with the brand new Ice Pick section. This month we have Sarah and Neal's wedding in Tucson, Arizona. If you have ever encountered full sun and wanted tips on how to deal with it for your session, this is a must see section for you. Neal's grooms coverage and family are all captured for this first segment.
Playing a bit off of last month's Posing and Lighting section, we touch on the steps you need to take when selected location over light. The topic for this month is how using reflectors can bring in the missing element when you are selecting a location that doesn't have the best lighting scenario.
The Chapter 106 Advice section covers 10 brand new individual images up for critique. Remember that all Pro members are eligible to submit images for Jerry to critique and feature in future months.
From bright sun to dusk, Jerry captured this transition perfectly in Miami with our new Ice Queen for this month, Ariana. Take a look at the variety of shots Jerry captured with Ariana and Scott throughout their session. We hope you are inspired for your next shoot.
If you have ever had the chance to attend Jerry's workshops, you know how important cropping is, this is touched upon a bit in the Practice section this month. We have all encountered locations where there are too many distractions and sometimes making the most of that situation is all about how you crop the image in camera.
What have you learned over the years and throughout your career? Jerry answers this question and many more for a recent interview which we shared with you this month. Check out the Tip of the Iceberg section for insight into Jerry's creative and business mindset.
Finishing off this month with the Icing on the Cake, we continue featuring Ben and Katie's session which Jerry photographed in LA. Ben's tattoos were the focus point in this set of images with only hints of Katie in each shot. It is one way to create sensual shots without giving away too much.