We're Blogging from PPE2012


October 24, 2012

 

It's WPPI U day at PhotoPlus Expo 2012 and we're blogging it for you. We'll list our seminar recaps as they happen, so check back often. You can also follow us on Twitter @RangefinderMag to catch up on all the action.

First up, Jerry Ghionis explains how he gets brides and grooms to open up (hint: it includes dirty talk) in his seminar: "Wait for the Moment or Create a Moment."

We also sat in on Denis Reggie's "Get Real: A Case for Authenticity in Wedding Imagery," and people: the man doesn't own Photoshop.

In Bambi Cantrell's packed session "Lighting & Posing for Weddings" the San Francisco-based wedding photographer (with a huge personality) gave so many amazing tips for making brides look beautiful, as well as how to talk to clients to get what you want.

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