Wednesdays with Westcott is a new SCU educational feature which will not only help you raise the bar on the quality of your images and skill set, but you're going to be meeting some of the most respected artists and educators in professional photography. We're excited to be working together with Westcott U to bring you great "how-to" content. WU is all about education, and right in line with SCU's ability to help photographers become better at their craft.
Jen Rozenbaum joins us today and she never does anything halfway! She packs an incredible amount of content into just over three minutes in the video below. And, with a little help from the team at Westcott, they're sharing more than just great photography, but giving you Jen's recipe. Including a great comparison shot to show you the impact a grid can add to your images.
There are far too many "natural light specialists" in our industry. The majority of the time when a photographer states that's their specialty it usually means, "I don't understand studio lighting!" Jen's working with the Solix 2-Light kit, but showing you the sophistication you can get when you know what you're doing, and in this video, she's working with just one light.
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” Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light.
Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography.”
We all love natural light, but as a professional photographer, your responsibility to every client is to exceed expectations. Jen ALWAYS exceeds expectations, which is part of her signature. If you're attending any workshop or convention where she's speaking, run don't walk to get a seat. And, make it a point to introduce yourself. She's one of the most approachable photographers and educators in our industry.
Just like Jen exceeding expectations, so does Westcott. They manufacture some of the best lighting gear in photography today, and it's all supported by terrific customer service with a focus on always being an outstanding value and investment.
Check out the Westcott U website - it's loaded with great content covering virtually every area of photography. Their YouTube channel is chocked full with 368 videos to help you become the very best photographer you can be. It's all just a click away on the WU logo below.