Light Your Subjects
Have you ever had trouble using flash to light your subjects?
John Gress will teach you to light for impact and precision. He has just launched his first US workshop tour, starting with these nine cities: Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., New York, Boston, Detroit, Chicago, Atlanta, El Paso, Dallas.
Who Is John Gress?
John Gress got his start in photography in Portland, Oregon. Evanston, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago is now home. Initially a photojournalist, John now considers himself a commercial and editorial photographer. He is also actively involved in directing videos now.
Recently, John spoke at ImagingUSA, in Atlanta, Georgia and will soon be presenting at the CTPPA convention, February 15-18th.
From his website:
Gress arrived in Chicago in 2003 after having worked as a Portland, Oregon-based freelance photojournalist since 2001, regularly handling assignments for Agence France-Presse, Associated Press, Los Angeles Times, USA Today and People magazine.
From 2000-2001, he was a staff photographer for The Topeka Capital-Journal, where his subjects included the University of Kansas basketball team, the Kansas City Chiefs, and state government figures.
Previously, from 1996-2000, he was a freelance photojournalist for the Associated Press, covering the Portland Trail Blazers, the USA Track and Field Championships, the 1998 World Cup, and various natural disasters across the Pacific Northwest.
Interview With John Gress
Give this a quick listen now:
Learn more about John Gress’ lighting workshops here. Use the code or mention: SESHU, to save $50 on your workshop registration.
Remember there are only 15 spots in all of these workshops and most of them are more than half full already. So, jump to it people!
Looking for other resources on lighting your subjects? Try this one about Zack Arias’ OneLight 2.0 video course and this one about Joseph Victor Stefanchik’s speedlighting workshop