Working on the Workbook

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: March 9, 2010

Category: General

Great job Noel!
First off, I just want to say a HUGE thank you to Noel for being March’s (first) Monthly Guest here on the blog. I know from speaking to Noel beforehand he was a little nervous about writing for the blog but clearly from all the comments posted here and also on Facebook and Twitter, his nerves were completely unnecessary. Great post with great photos, so way to go!!!

Now that we’re up and running with the Monthly Guest posts, I can’t wait for you to see who else has kindly agreed to share with us here on the blog. Definitely some big surprises coming; I’m just blown away by the generosity.

On a different note, I’m now putting together the Workbook that will be accompanying my new InSight Workshops which are to be launched in the very near future. The workbook is going to be given to each photographer that attends the course and will contain amongst other things, notes from what was covered during the day.

Yesterday I was out photographing Tom Colley working on images that are going to appear in the workbook and that attendees will be recreating. Regular readers of the blog will remember a recent photo shoot I did with Tom, a very talented young actor, working on all his promotional material such as head shots and so on, and I’m very excited to let you know that Tom will be one of the regular models on the InSight Workshops.

Later this week I’m going to write a post covering details of the recent photo shoot with Tom giving details of lighting set ups, thought processes and editing amongst other things but in the mean time here’s just a couple of photos from our time together.

Enjoy.

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6 Comments

  1. Noel Hannan

    Great job Glyn, a couple of fantastic shots there, full of emotion and mood, which is nothing less than what you would expect from a very talented photographer and actor! there must have been good empathy and trust between the two of you. Please post more of the series… and I am looking forward to seeing the workbook!

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    • Glyn

      Hi Noel, thanks for stopping by. I’ll be adding a few more of the shots in the post later this week plus ‘behind the scenes’ details. Thanks for the kind words; Tom is an absolute pleasure to photograph..a gift for the camera and the photographer. I’ve no doubt he’ll be extremely popular in the Workshops.

      Take care and speak soon,
      Glyn

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  2. Mark Griffin

    Hi, great shots, really like the top one. Look forward to seeing more. Great website btw… Mark

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    • Glyn

      Hi Mark,

      Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment; really appreciate it. I’m in the middle of writing a post covering this shoot giving all the behind the scenes details; should be up in the next day or so…hope you like it.

      All the best to you,
      Glyn

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  3. Keith

    Hi Glyn found your blog from Flickr, great set and i love the diagramms, really informative, i’m following now. Had a read through your blog and thought i recognised a face in the photo walk group shot so checked with my business partner and it was who i thought and Andrea tells me you already follow each other on Twitter, small world on the web eh

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    • Glyn

      Hi Keith,

      Small world indeed; I never cease to be amazed how often this kind of thing happens…lol

      Thanks for the comments about the photos and the diagrams etc… it’s always good to get some feedback, and thanks too for following.

      Say hi to Andrea from me next time you speak,
      All the best to you,
      Glyn

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