Dynamic Duo Workshop and an Ironman Photo Shoot

Hey Folks,

How was your weekend?

Here it was a weekend consisting of a workshop on one day and a photo shoot with Ironman the next.

Dynamic Duo Workshop
On Saturday I held the latest of my Dynamic Duo Workshops in Wokingham, Berkshire.

We had a great turnout of folks with Glenn Richardson returning as our model for the day with the first half of the day going through lighting for composite images and limited lighting techniques. I’ll post more of a look at what we got up to plus some retouched images from the day later in the week but just to let you know, I also recorded a video of my Invisible Black Background technique that I’ll post online tomorrow.

Ironman Photo Shoot
On Sunday I drove up to the North of England to catch up with friend, Photographer and Lighting Wizard Kieron Nevison as we’d organised a photo shoot with the one and only…Ironman:)

I tell you I’ve been like an excited kid at Christmas this past week in anticipation of the shoot and having done it, it was so worth the 8 hours of driving.

Later this week I’ll also post more of a look at what we got up to on the day and needless to say I’ll be working on the images now I’m back home and will show them as soon as they’re ready.

Ok so that’s all from me for today; just a quick post so have a great Monday and I’ll catch you back here tomorrow.


  • May 20, 2013 - 9:47 am

    Roberto Palmari - That’s cool!
    I wait for the results, the photos you posted in the last two days are a juicy appetizer…now go for the tasty “Calzone” Glyn !!

    The costume seems really perfect.

  • May 20, 2013 - 8:59 pm

    Glyn - Roberto…I can’t wait to get started but first…a Calzone…what a great idea :)

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