Monthly Archives: April 2011

We’re almost coming to the end of Day 2 with Zack Arias, the Z man of photography and lighting. It’s been another full day of fundamentals. Today Mr. Arias demonstrated various lighting scenarios: a typical headshot session in natural light, a breakdancer against a white background, using different kinds of light modifiers,  and two models […]

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I was recently contacted by Sarah for a couple session. She and her husband Warren had gotten married over 3 years ago in Mexico. Even though Sarah had a wonderful wedding with her friends and family, she had been disappointed in her wedding photos. She mentioned she was interested in having photos of her and […]

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I’ve been a fan of a photographer named Zack Arias for a while now. He’s an editorial music photographer based in Atlanta. I first heard about him when he taught a studio lighting class at Creativelive last summer. Creativelive, the brain child of photographer Chase Jarvis, is basically an online streaming service in which trained […]

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Like any young person who has pretensions of being an artist, I had always wanted to move to New York City. The city was the epitome of cool, a gathering place for the creative and talented (it’s also a gathering place for the broke and manic depressive but you don’t find that out until you […]

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