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This chapter includes
- Ice Pick - Amy and Winston locations Part 1
- Posing & Lighting - Off camera flash
- Ice Queen - Eva
- Practice - Off camera flash and Ice Light
- Tip of the Iceberg - Personality types Part 1
- Icing on the Cake - Street signs
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We return to wedding coverage this month with a look at the location shoot for Amy & Winston's wedding day; featuring bridal party and couple imagery that should provide you with plenty of posing ideas and inspiration for using the environment around you where ever your weddings are.
Posing & Lighting takes an in-depth look at how Jerry uses off-camera flash. In three segments he will cover; setting your exposure for a dramatic sky, backlighting tips and creating your own beautiful light source where ever you are with just a flashgun and diffuser.
Advice sees Jerry offer a critique on a collection of great single image submissions from Ice Society Pro Members. In the Ice Queen section you'll be able to see how Jerry brings light to a location to make use of a creative background and also just how much photography there is in a relatively small area when on location.
Practice continues the off-camera flash theme this month and provides you with a behind the scenes look at a number of stunning images to help you better understand how they were created. Tip of the Iceberg brings you Part 1 of a feature that looks at understanding your client's personality types and how to sell to them in the appropriate way. Icing on the Cake sees Jerry on location showing you how he uses illuminated advertising signs as light sources to create powerful portraits in low light conditions.