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This chapter includes
  • Ice Pick - Mike and Palmina - Groom's coverage
  • Posing & Lighting
  • Advice
  • Ice Queen - Jessica
  • Practice
  • Tip of the Iceberg - Contracts and Copyright by Henry Aarvold
  • Icing on the Cake
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Chapter 74 sees the first segment of a new wedding, beginning with the groom's coverage of Mike & Palmina's day. This coverage features a more mature groom than some previous chapters and the audio commentary is particularly interesting as Jerry explains how he adjusts his direction and posing to suit. Posing & Lighting features a rare bit of video taking during a workshop in London and show just how creative you can be with your environment. This month's Advice is a break from the norm. as Jerry talks you through the full finished album he created for the couple featured in the last few Ice Picks. This now means, with this particular wedding, you can now see how Jerry created each and every shot and the see and understand the process behind the album design providing a unique insight into a complete client wedding. The Ice Queen this month is a fellow Australian professional photographer. These images are from Jessica and Stuart's engagement session in Melbourne. Practice this month has several "real world" examples of how to exploit your environment to create depth and interest as well as how a "Ëœbad location" is irrelevant if you concentrate on the light. Contracts and Copyright are discussed in Tip of the Iceberg. The finale to Chapter 74 sees the continuation of Jerry's walkabout with his two couples as he creates a couple of images using a restaurant door logo for in-camera texture and several dramatic portraits using just a small shaft of sunlight.