Back in March, I participated in a photography workshop with Exposure Denver about lighting with models.  I think over the course of 2.5 hours I shot about 550 shots.  We covered using natural light and augmenting with reflectors and diffusers as well as using hot-shoe sync’d lights.  It was a lot of fun and I learned a lot, although I am hoping I’ll be able to do something like that again.  I could definitely use the practice since I tend to mainly take picture of cake.

I was pretty nervous in my pathetic attempts to direct the models.  I think that’s something I could definitely learn to do better.

In any case, here’s a couple of the pictures that I think came out pretty well.  Looking at them now, about 2 months later, I think I could probably go back today and process them a little different to come out with an even better result.  I may have to look at doing that.

You can click through each of the images below to see a larger version and a little bit about each shot and my experience from the shoot.