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This chapter includes
  • Ice Pick - Quin - Punk
  • Posing & Lighting
  • Advice
  • Ice Queen - Kate
  • Practice
  • Tip of the Iceberg - Connecting with a couple during an initial enquiry
  • Icing on the Cake
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Jerry shares another personal project with you in this month's Ice Pick. The inspiration was the Harajukus girls of Japan and the model, non other than Quinn Cheung (from Chapter 2's Ice Pick). Part one of this shoot features bold makeup and clothing that is reflected in the posing and lighting Jerry opted for. Posing & Lighting continues the Mystic Convention parking lot video, as Jerry finds yet more tiny pockets of light with which to create portraits in. Two albums and three individual folio shots are critiqued by Jerry in this month's Advice section. Ice Queen features one of Jerry's wedding clients, Kate, in a short sequence of images laid out in album format. Kate's personality was such that Jerry didn't over direct the posing, adopting a more relaxed approach to suit the client. Practice looks at the importance of cropping in camera to both hide unwanted elements in the location and create a mood for final image. Tip of the Iceberg continues the discussion on how to create a connection with a potential client the first time you meet them. The 'Obsessed with Light' presentation continues in this month's Icing on the Cake, as Jerry discusses off camera flash and shows a number of creative ways to use it.