with Jeremy Cowart
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About The Class
ex·per·i·ment (noun) - a test, trial, or tentative procedure; an act or operation for the purpose of discovering something unknown
How do you make extraordinary photos that surprise and delight? Join Jeremy Cowart and a lively mix of first time models in an exciting, eye-opening 2 day workshop. We'll explore methods and techniques to reveal, highlight, expose, enhance and otherwise present your subject in new and unexpected ways.
Experimenting with Weird Light1:21:31
Experimenting with Seamless1:05:53
Experimenting with Foreground Elements38:34
Experimenting with In-Camera Color50:43
Lighting Diagram for Previous Exercise25:42
Experimenting with Props31:36
Experimenting with More Props39:38
Experimenting with Even More Props13:01
Experimenting with Composition27:50
Experimenting with Motion1:07:55
90-Minute Challenge, Part 11:02:11
90-Minute Challenge, Part 232:55
Jeremy Cowart is a professional photographer from Nashville, Tennessee, and the creator of SeeUniversity.com. Beginning his photography career in 2005, Jeremy quickly became a respected artistic voice in the industry. Having shot numerous musicians, entertainers and celebrities, ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
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I almost didn't watch this one. It was a little slow at first, but once JC get's going it's a fun ride. He transitions from using $2k strobes, to using just a few dollars for lighting. This course opens a lot of doors and shows that it's ok to go against the grain and to think outside the box. Lots of good ideas to see in this one!
Experimental portraiture is just that. Experimental. However, I don't feel that JC was properly prepared. Shooting a single person with a 2400ws pack is simply overkill, considering that he wanted to be shooting wide open. A fairly simple solution would have been to use a few sheets of Lee ND filter over the light head. I do suppose this was typical of any shoot. Especially a shoot that I'm doing.
You may fall asleep with this one. Sorry CL.
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