Tuesday, November 29, 2011

The Technique Tuesday That Almost Wasn’t Today: I’ve Seen The Light

poGood Afternoon Everybody,

Hey gang, sorry but I have to cut the post short today. We have been totally swamped around here today trying to get everything finished up before we leave tomorrow. Well, I didn’t quite make it.

I was hoping to pull off a cool Photoshop Technique Tuesday but just ran out of time. I do have one very piece of good news for you though. We have the PhotoPro Expo 2012 website “LIVE”. It’s about 99% complete so please check it out. You won’t believe what you see! 

Be sure to check out our complete speaker line up, all the parties, special highlights happening during the tradeshow, print competition, a Day With Jerry Ghionis, and all the other exciting things we have planned.

It’s going to be one very cool photography convention.

PPE screen grab

Oh, what the heck, let me have you enjoy a “blast from the past”.  It’s one of my favorites. here we go…

I've Seen The Light: Or How To Find The Best Light When Shooting Outdoors

In this tutorial I want to walk you through a short lesson in how to find the direction of light in a natural light situation -- say, outdoors. I think this is one of the hardest things for photographer to learn.

You would think it would be a easy but, I can remember years ago when my instructors were trying to teach me how to do it and, I didn't find it that easy. I'm just covering the tip of the iceberg today but I hope it gives you some insights on how to improve your natural light photography. Anyway, it's the PLAY button below and enjoy the show.


Hey gang, that’s it for me today.  I’m running late and running out of time.  Have a great evening. I’ll try to get a quick post up sometime tomorrow and we dance through a couple of airports on our way to Mexico;~)

Have a good one and I’ll see you then, David


  1. Always delighted with help in seeing the light. When I find good light, I am in Heaven!

  2. Thanks very much for David and LaDawn for putting this informative video together. I really felt I was just there with you. Priceless!