DPE Atlanta Workshop Photos/Tips: Part V

Our first DPE Altanta workshop was a blast. Rob Knight and I really enjoyed working with the 20 talented students.

We covered Lightroom, lighting, HDR and travel photography. What fun!

Each day this week I will try to post a picture/tip from the workshop. So stay tuned!

Today’s tips: Photograph the details in a scene, too. Also, remember that the world is not 6-feet tall. Move your shooting position up and down.

These two pictures above speak for themselves.

Also, don’t always hold your camera level. Tilt it down to the right or left for perhaps a more creative angle. See the image below.

Explore the light,


P.S. DPE workshop attendee Cauley Hayes just sent me the images below. Thank you Cauley!


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2 Responses to “DPE Atlanta Workshop Photos/Tips: Part V”

  1. jeff Says:

    lots of great ink on your model


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