Photo Workshops: MotoPhoto Tours Italy & Middle Earth Photo Journey New Zealand

A week-long epic adventure traveling some of the most iconic country roads through the hills of Umbria and Tuscany. This workshop is an offshoot of our Secret Italy Tours and is open to both motorcycle riders and non-riders. We have two spots that just became available, so it’s a perfect opportunity for you to join us on this tour in a couple of months.
DATE: September 30th - 5th, 2016
LOCATION: Umbria & Tuscany, Italy
COST: Starting @ 2,600€

DATE: October 6th - 16th, 2017
COST: $4,500 / $1,000 deposit reserves your spot!
An epic photography adventure across Middle-earth.... This 11-day New Zealand South Island (Aotearoa, Te Waipounamu) adventure will highlight the best of New Zealand’s unspoilt landscape. Sample fine food and wine as we take you on a journey through the land of the long white cloud.
As the ideal location for The Lord Of The Rings - Middle-earth, we’ll visit ancient forests and sweeping plains, crystal turquoise lakes and rugged snow-capped mountains ringed by glaciers.
Take a scenic plane ride around Aoraki/Mount Cook and land on the Tasman Glacier for a champagne brunch. From sweeping vistas over vineyards to fjords where thundering waterfalls plunge direct into the ocean, there are stunning views around every corner.
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Alycia White makes dramatic senior portraits with LunaGrip

Image by: Alycia White using the LunaGrip from Westcott and Kevin Kubota.

Image by: Alycia White using the LunaGrip from Westcott and Kevin Kubota.

Do you want to see how easy it is to take your outdoor lighting up a notch? Here's a fun video featuring Alycia White, showing how she uses a single speedlight, and her LunaGrip, to create dramatically better portraits than she could with just natural light. One of the key reasons to use flash outdoors is to balance the light on your subject with a very bright background. The problem is that simply hitting your subject with flash usually results in very flat, snapshot looking lighting. 

In this video you'll see how the simple addition of a unique flash modifier, moved to the appropriate position, can drastically improve your results. Alycia's kind of a goof too, which makes it all the more enjoyable ;-)

Details on her camera and flash settings can be found at the end of the video, or here.

Alycia White uses the LunaGrip and a single speedlight to show how easy it is to get dramatic, beautiful lighting outdoors.

If you have any questions on her setup or settings, feel free to ask in the comments and we'll fill ya in.