I have been interested in photography for the longest time. Never did I seek formal training since I am too busy (claiming to be) and attending a photography class is not yet a “must-do” on my list (going back to school for MA is much more important yet it’s something I’m still thinking about and working on). But when the opportunity came knocking on my door to attend a photography seminar with Patrick Uy, I thought, “Hey, that was worth the wait!” This guy is known most especially in wedding photography. I go nuts over credentials as I really like learning from someone who knows what he/she does best.
In this seminar, I finally understood the use of reflectors. Working in an industry where I collaborate with photographers from time to time, this should be something I’ve understood well enough months ago. A detailed explanation and hands-on during the seminar made me realize that knowing how to utilize your light sources is one of the most important things in photography.
This post is a perfect candidate for photos galore. Besides, I’m feeling the weekend laziness so here goes.