Jerry Ghionis is widely regarded as one of the five best wedding photographers in the world. He's also a Nikon Ambassador and was named as one of the top photography instructors in the world by PDN.
This is a boudoir session with Dina that was all done indoors in a bedroom primarily using only a couch and the natural light coming through the door next to it. Towards the end, you'll see Jerry using an Ice Light with barn doors as an accent behind her. Although there isn't a lot of space and very simple lighting, you'll really enjoy seeing how Jerry created such a variety of different looks including some reflections and other great elements.
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"After watching a bunch of the videos on JGPT, I am absolutely blown away by his talent and vision. I've also been surprised to see how much he does with natural light."
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Jerry will continue on to Part 4 of his conversation with Steve Saporito on Leveraging Portraits from Weddings.
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May 6 - 10, 2019
Widely considered as the most comprehensive photography and business workshop in the industry, Jerry Ghionis workshops consistently sell out and have been described as life changing. This is the ultimate opportunity for those who wish to take their photography, business and personal development to new heights.
An oldie but a goodie! Photo walks have always been such a blast since nobody knows what might happen, not even Jerry! Follow him in Russia and witness him “McGyver” the crap out of many situations as they are presented to him. For those of you who are pretty much caught up with the more recent content, notice how the base of of Jerry’s approach and execution haven’t changed much but have only been more finely tuned and perfected over the years. Enjoy! -Joe