Master Class WPPI | March 4th, 2014

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JVS WPPI Lighting Master Class

What?
Master Class – MC28 – Flash Your Future!

When?
Tuesday March 4th 8AM-10AM

Where?
WPPI  Wedding & Portrait Photography Conference and Expo – MGM Grand, Las Vegas

Tell me more
Learning to master flashes will set you apart from the competition, resulting in more successful and sophisticated images, and ultimately raise your profit margins!

Joseph Victor Stefanchik, better known as JVS, is an editorial and documentary wedding photographer based in the metro DC area. He lives and breathes photography and his passion for off-camera flash drives this commitment. His passion for teaching began in 2004 and he loves sharing his 20+ years of experience with others.

In this session, JVS will help you understand that talent is not enough to succeed in the business of photography. Technical knowledge of gear, passion, focus, practice and preparation are just some of the key elements for creating stellar images every time you pick up your camera.

With careful placement of off-camera flashes during a live model shoot, JVS will teach quick and effective ways to add mood and drama to any wedding day or portrait session.

Sweet! Where do I sign up?
Click on over here!

About This Image
The funniest comedy group on the planet… Four Day Weekend was photographed atop a parking garage in Dallas and yes, they were lit with a single speedlite.

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