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Chief Petty Officer Lindsey Smith Fuji x100f “Sometimes when life closes a door, it opens a window”

Had a blast teaching lighting and posing workshops for Bright Festival of Photography last weekend.
Met some amazing photographers and loved the location.
Thanks to everyone involved for such a fab experience and special thank you to Chief Petty Officer Lindsey Smith
who turned up out of the blue ( or I may have hunted him down when I spotted him out of the corner of my eye) What a gift!
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Oh and Ep 217 is out! “In the right light, at the right time, everything is extraordinary”. The most important day in a photographer's life is the day they start to see light
The second most important day is the day they know how to work with it.
Knowing how to see and read light is a game changer. Just like every other first time, you will never forget it.
This week on the podcast @valeriekhoo and I do a deep dive into lighting and teach you how to “see” and “read” good light because caca lighting =caca photo
@Valeriekhoo and I love bringing this podcast to you
Hope you enjoy the show!
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