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Zack Arias...One Light Workshop

Sunday, April 30, 2006


I just got back from the One Light Workshop put on by UsedFilm.com's Zack Arias. I am a huge fan of Zack's work and his work ethic so I was really excited to be able to take part in this workshop.
















Zack just moved into his new studio space in Atlanta. Not only is the studio awesome but the grounds around it are full of unique locations for his style of portrait work.

Here are a few images that we created of his make-up artist Sarah. If you want to get technical...I pressed the button that created these images...BUT Zack set them up...and lit them...so I should really give the credit where it is due.
































































I cheated a litte bit on the last image. While Zack was shooting Sarah with his strobe to my left...I was shooting available light from a security flood light that was positioned over my head. The light had two bulbs in it...but I'm going to say it still passes as "One Light".

I would recommend this workshop to anyone who is interested in making great images without dropping huge amounts of money on equipment. Take a look at Zack's website...he created a ton of the images on his page with one light. I'll borrow his quote..."It's not about the gear. It never has been."


posted by Dave
Sunday, April 30, 2006

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