LIVE Stream With Michael Woloszynowicz - Shooting Fashion Portraits

LIVE Stream With Michael Woloszynowicz - Shooting Fashion Portraits

All this week at the RGG EDU studio in St. Louis, Michael Woloszynowicz has been hard at work showing off his techniques for an upcoming tutorial series on creating fashion and editorial photography. Today at 11am CST, myself along with the rest of the video crew will be streaming his model test look demonstrations live from the studio.To tune in, head over the Live section on the RGG+EDU website. Michael plans to discuss lighting, posing, and more while doing model test looks.

LIVE STREAM

If you would like to know more, tweet your questions to @rggedu. If you'd like to recieve an exclusive discount on this tutorial series when it goes on sale on Fstoppers, send an email over to gary@rggedu.com with "Vibrant Shot" in the subject line.

Here are a few sample images that Michael has already created during the last few days, going step by step through his process along the way while our cameras rolled. (keep in mind none of these have been retouched yet, these are straight out of the camera)

If you're not familiar with the work of Michael Woloszynowicz, check out his portfolio here on Fstoppers, or have a look at his website.

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9 Comments

Austin LaCroix's picture

Can't wait to tune in! I'm such a fan of Michael's work and his tutorials have helped me expand my retouching skills so much :)

Jason Ranalli's picture

Was introduced to his work via this site and have been following his tutorials ever since because they are among the best IMO. He explains things very well and is quite clear....this is also why I really like Aaron Nace from Phlearn as well. Excellent teachers.

Christian Berens's picture

Awesome! Any way of going to view this live? I'm in STL

Lee Morris's picture

Doesn't work on my phone? Wusup with that ustream?

Paul Ciura's picture

Love seeing these kind of BTS videos.

Simon Dyjas's picture

hey what are those small blue tables? fans, heaters?

Lane Shurtleff's picture

My guess is they are power distribution transformers. If they have 220V running into the studio the output of these can be set to either 220V or 110V for USA current powerpacks.

Jeff Lohne's picture

I caught part of this and it was great. Love all of Michael's tutorials and have been following him for quite sometime. Can't wait to see what is next in his education series... Thanks for the videos Michael and for all your hard work to help out the community...

Spy Black's picture

Will this be recorded so it can be viewed later? Sounds like it would be interesting.