Saturday, July 31, 2010

From the Meetup


Took this at the Triad Strobist Meetup earlier in the week. The event was a lot of fun, and I got to work with several models, ranging from experienced to novice. For someone who is still getting used to working with models (as opposed to capturing subjects in their environments), it was an invaluable learning experience.

One big lesson learned - take the time to move your radio triggers off the default frequency. We had serious cross triggering going on that cost me several good shots.

If you are in the Triad or Triangle areas of North Carolina, I highly recommend both the Triad and Triangle groups. If you live elsewhere, go hunting for a local group. There are Strobist groups all over the world.

You can see all the photos I'm posting from the event here. You can check out all the photos from all the photographers here.


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