It’s been great to see all of you and your families in this past week’s album. If you haven’t checked it out – you should give it a look! We plan to make a grid out of them at the end of the month, so make sure to get yours in!
New this week
Ready to tackle another piece of the color wheel? Our new lesson dives into using a single color – monochrome photography!
Do you have a monochrome shot to share? The new album is the place to put it!
You’ll find every color of the rainbow and so much beauty in our most recent issue of the Magazine!
Speaking of the magazine – we wanted to direct your attention to our highlight magazine from last month’s art at home theme. Did you know you can share the magazines publicly? Share the link on your own social media page or send it to loved ones to see! Make sure to tag @shultzphotoschool as well!
- Cair Re Lu knocked it out of the park with some shots of her daughter dancing. The light and the edits…so, so pretty!
- If you’re looking for some serious summer relaxation, all you need is a look at these vacation pics from Jill Gardere!
- Helen Pace not only made a frog look good but caught the shot at an incredible ISO! (Spoiler alert – 50k+!!!)!
- Kelli Dorschel’s sweet little Grad afforded her some perfectly complementary colors!
- Caitlin Suchenski posted some very fun and apropos shots commemorating the end of the school year.
- Amanda Leung’s first photo shoot of 2020 is absolutely out of this world!
- BRAVO to Alyssa Truman who has all 100K+ photos in her possession organized, scanned (if needed) and organized! This is definitely something I need to work on. Anyone else?
- Rachel Zinanti is suddenly the wedding photographer for her brother’s upcoming wedding. She needs to know which lenses to rent and also would love any other words of wisdom you have.
- Posing advice! Jenna Thiessen is looking for ways to avoid mom having a double chin in a pose she’d like to use for a mom and baby shot.
- Jen Heavener shared a great article about some things to consider if you’re planning to start a business.
- Douglas Chamberlain posted a tutorial on watercolor that has fewer steps and no smart objects. Check it out!