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Last Friday I finally had the opportunity to attend a Joe McNally workshop.
I say finally, because back in March 2011 I flew to Hawaii to do a week long DLWS workshop with Moose Peterson and Joe. Just prior to the flying over, a little thing called the Flashbus Tour was announced, with Joe doing a US tour with David Hobby. So although I had a fantastic time with Moose and RC Concepcion in Hawaii, I missed the opportunity to learn from Joe.
Then early last month, the Through the Lens tour was announced, with Joe doing a Lesson in Flash afternoon session, 30/60 Evening Keynote and a Capture the Light full day workshop in a number of cities.
The afternoon Lesson in Flash was a great opportunity to see Joe work from scratch, lighting 2 subjects starting with 1 light through to multiple light sources. It was great seeing the thought process Joe goes through, along with the mistakes made along the way, and importantly, how to fix those mistakes. Despite Drew Gurian’s attempt to take out the talent with softboxes and stands, the day went off without a hitch, and was worth the long wait.
The evening Keynote was an opportunity for Joe to talk about some of his images and the stories that go along with them. If you’ve read his books, his presentation style is exactly the same.
Thanks to Joe, Drew and the team for a great day!
Back in February of this year I found a beautiful wreck of a car on the side of the road out past Dayboro. I took a quick HDR shot of the car and promised myself to return and do the car some justice with a more organised shoot.
Well I completely forgot about it, until I was driving home from shooting some sunset landscapes out near Mt Mee, and drove straight past the car. Again, I decided to stop and take a quick photo, again failing to do this beautiful wreck any justice. On this occasion, the sun had already set, so I set up a flash off to the side and dragged the shutter in order to capture some of the colour in the sky. Unfortunately I only had the one flash on me, so again, I made myself a promise to return in the near future to shoot this location again, and to finally give this old girl the attention she deserves.