We are excited to introduce to you a brand new video teaching series entitled In the Raw!
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We are sooooo confident that you will LOVE the new video teaching series that we are GIVING AWAY one of the five set-ups in the video for FREE! You can download the free video HERE! Read on to learn more about the IN THE RAW videos!
This series was birthed out of my (Zach) frustrations when I first began photography and was trying to learn more about creative lighting and portraiture.
When reading other tutorials I felt like the specific how-tos and technical key information were missing, which prevented me from learning what I needed to know. Not to mention the fact that I (and most other creatives) are visual learners.
After devouring whatever content was available, I went out, practiced, and had a LOT of trial and error refining these techniques on my own (thank-you, Jody for being my subject ten times over
Above is one of my first creative portraiture shots. Yes, we all start somewhere.
Understanding this exact pain is how In the Raw came about.
After spending the last 8 years shooting, learning, studying and teaching photography, we decided to create and release a video instructional series that brings you, the photographer on real, creative portrait shoots with me, Zach, and walks you through every step of the process.
Take advantage of the 48 hour special on this series and get:
- Almost 2 hours of teaching content
- 5 full set-ups on the Andy Davis creative portrait shoot
- Live shooting & detailed explanations of all set-ups
- Lightroom & Photoshop editing of final images
- 20 Lightroom pre-set downloads included ($29 value!)
- Full gear list of equipment used on the shoot with direct links
- Much much more!
Click below to see what other photographers are already saying about it!
Welcome to Part II of the Andy Davis creative portraiture shoot! If you want to read up on part 1, you can do that HERE.
This is the first shoot featured on our brand new, about to release In the Raw video teaching series. For those of you who may have missed what In the Raw is, it’s where I (Zach), bring you along to creative shoots I have and I share how I execute the shoot from all aspects including gear, client interaction, lighting, editing and more. These shoots are rough and raw and I’m excited to share them!
This video series does not kick off until Tuesday, August 19th so in the meantime, enjoy Part II of Andy’s shoot!
Today we are going to break down one of the crazier shots that I did for this shoot.
This image, believe it or not, was shot this way in the camera using what is called a “ground glass” technique. Ground glass is the glass that you looked through on old Twin Lens Reflex style cameras (and many others). [click to continue…]
We are starting a new video teaching series for you guys called In the RAW!
This series is brought to you by Zach where he brings you along to creative shoots he has and you get to learn how he executes the shoot from all aspects including gear, client interaction, lighting, editing and more.
This video series does not kick off until Tuesday, August 19th so in the meantime, we wanted to share with you the first shoot that will be featured in this series.
- Zach & Jody
PS. Let us know by your comments if you are diggin’ the content and videos (yup, we said videos! Stay tuned for more info). If you love it then we’ll keep them coming!
In the Raw
Andy Davis | Artist Shoot, Part I
Over this In the Raw 2-part series, I am going to break down some of the studio and on-location set-ups for my shoot with musician Andy Davis who plays guitar for The Band Perry. Andy asked me to shoot his upcoming album release images and I was excited to work on something creative and fun with him, and here are the results and breakdowns of parts of the shoot! [click to continue…]
This has been a LONG time coming! We finally are sharing with you Jaxon’s nursery! I (Jody) have always been excited about decorating a nursery for our children, but living in an apartment while pregnant as we awaited our home to be completed, definitely didn’t allow me to decorate our nursery before baby. While I waited for an actual nursery to decorate, I busied myself planning and trying to figure out what I wanted. The only problem is I didn’t know where to begin.
I knew I wanted something cool and different than cars, cartoon animals or the ABCs (not that there’s anything wrong with that, but just not the direction I wanted to go in :). After poking around online, my ideas started coming together and below you’ll see the creative process of decorating for the nursery!
I started off by scouring Pinterest after looking at a lot of nursery ideas and then I found a color palette that I liked on Design Boards.
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