New Feature Coming Soon: Monthly Guest!!!

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: March 4, 2010

Category: General

Glyn Dewis Monthly Guest

I’m really excited to announce that very soon I’ll be introducing the first in a line up of posts by Monthly Guests.

Photography has, and continues to introduce me to some incredibly talented people, many of whom I am very proud to call friends and it’s these very people that I’m asking to write a post for this blog. Regular readers of the blog will know that I often include lighting diagrams, editing techniques and write about the thought process that goes into some of my images but this is just the insight from one person; so here’s the thing…

Each month a ‘Guest’ will be choosing one of their own favourite images, or series of images and will be sharing with you the process behind it including such details as the brief from the client, location choice, lighting set up, problems encountered and so on…

In advance I’d like to send out a HUGE thank you to everyone so far that has ‘come onboard’ and is willing to share their knowledge to ultimately benefit us all.

Do you know of a photographer who’s work you really like and would love to see as a Monthly Guest here giving ‘behind the scenes’ details about a certain image? If you do then post details in the comments section below and we’ll see what can be done because as my late Grandad used to say … ‘If you don’t ask, you don’t get’.

Would you like to contribute? I’m a firm believer in the fact that every photographer of every level has something they can ‘bring to the table’, so let’s share it, however big or small.

Thoughts? Comments? Good idea? I’d really like to hear what you have to say about this new feature so why not post a comment below…

Bye for now.

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