Join Joe in the studio as he outlines the goals for the class and starts to introduce some of the lighting equipment he'll take on location.
Joe continues to explain the roles of the different light shaping tools he brings on location.
The first location takes us to a pier in the Gulf of Mexico with a thunderstorm storm rolling in as Joe describes how he plans to improvise under the current conditions to get the shot.
No matter what the conditions happen to be, it all comes back down to the photograph, and your need to get it.
The sun has gone down and the location has changed to a city street outside of a bar. Joe walks us through his approach for lighting the scene outside.
With the lights set in the doorway we move outside into the rain to get the shot.
The location changes to a classic retro Florida motel. In the first part of this lesson Joe walks us through his process for understanding the available ambient light, which will act as the foundation for the off-camera light he builds into the scene.
After having moved through available light-only to a combination of ambient light and flash in the previous lesson, Joe moves to lighting the scene only using the flash.
This lesson takes us down to the pool in the rain, where Joe uses off-camera light to influence the scene to create stunning photographs despite the current weather.
Sometimes factors beyond your control, such as weather, work against your original concepts and even your backup plan, so you'd better have a backup to your backup. Joe walks us through his process for making the best of a not so great situation.
Joe laid the foundation for this shoot in the previous lesson and now it's time to get the shot.