Posts Tagged ‘photo education’

Moshe Zusman Wedding Photography Seminars in D.C.

Are you ready to step up your photography game? Moshe Zusman, the talented, D.C.-based photographer we profiled in 2010, is offering two workshops showing you how to do just that.

Moshe, who uses PocketWizard MiniTT1® and FlexTT5® radio triggers, has been turning wedding and portrait photographic conventions on their head ever since he left the world of assisting and second shooting to become a full-time professional photographer. A master of the well-crafted and carefully composed shot, Moshe takes the time to make sure each detail is just right. The result is a beautiful image treasured by his clients today and for years to come.

If you’re in the Washington D.C. area, take advantage of Moshe’s years of experience running a successful photography business at two upcoming workshops at the Capital Photography Center. Space is limited, so sign up soon!

Lighting for Portraits, Engagement Sessions and Weddings
08/02/2012 – 6:30pm-9:30pm
Move beyond natural light and embrace the beauty of combining strobes and ambient light to make the perfect engagement or portrait shot! Learn more and sign up!

Business Skills for the Wedding Photographer
07/18/2012 – 6:30pm-9:30pm
Learn the skills it takes to run your own successful photography business. This high-energy seminar will cover branding, pricing, social media, outsourcing and more. Learn what it takes to turn your photographic dreams into a reality. Learn more and sign up!

If you haven’t already, check out our profile of Moshe and see some of his excellent work at his Web site.

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Shoot the Pig!

We got a GREAT recession-buster email this morning from Jaren Wilkey, Manager of BYU Photography. We liked it so much it almost felt like we were using Hypersync ourselves by posting it immediately!

Recently we were asked to shoot an illustration for a story on bankruptcy. They wanted something simple like a broken piggy bank with coins laying everywhere, but I thought that it would be a lot more fun to get a shot of a piggy bank as it was hitting the ground and breaking up into pieces. This turned out to be the perfect opportunity to use our new PocketWizard Mini TT1’s and Flex TT5’s which allowed us to achieve TTL and High Speed Sync with at 1/8000 a second.

1/8000 Sec F/5.6 ISO 400 - Photo by Mark A. Philbrick/BYU

1/8000 Sec F/5.6 ISO 400 - Photo by Mark A. Philbrick/BYU

Now that’s cool. Wanna see how it’s done?

See all of the images and read the full story.

Thanks for emailing us, Jaren (hint, hint, everybody else!)! Be sure to browse the rest of the UtahPhotojournalism.com website to get a taste of good community.

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