I wanted to give a big thanks and shoutout to PPA New Jersey (Professional Photographers Association of NJ) for inviting to teach a program on Monday night to their group and guests. It was an honor to teach a little to a group that over the years I've learned so much from. Also a special thanks to those that attended the workshop. It was a blast meeting some new friends and catching up with a few long time colleagues.
One of the unique things about professional photography is the willingness of photographers to share their knowledge with what some might consider their competition. I've had the pleasure of attending countless numbers of these seminars and workshops over the years, so It was an awesome experience to be able to give back and teach one of my own.
My workshop was about using off camera flashes in challenging situations and how to help make the best images we can for our clients. After a bit of classroom time, we headed out around the building and talked our way through some common problems that working photographers face on the job all the time.
It was a lot of fun and look forward to more opportunities to share with other professionals in the future.
Here are a few images I made of some of the attendees of the class as well as some images that our associate photographer Sia made of me doing my thing.