Manfrotto workshops

Sorry for the delay in getting new material up online – Big news s taht I`ve been picked up by a PR agent so we`ve been spending alot of our time in meetings, brainstorming sessions – and of course shooting!

That said theres always time for learning so I`m going to recommend that if people dont already do, check oyt the fee Manfrotto webinars every week. There FREE! and excellent, I`ve just sat through an hour long Joe McNally workshop – FOR FREE!!! These two images were created a few years ago using strobist techniques ( now refined after the workshop! )

He`s my strobist god, so love this way of interacting and learning! Check it out!

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About Chris Denner

Chris Denner is a UK based, international award winning photographer, a recipient of AGFA's much coveted "Creative Photographer of the Year "award, and recently received a commendation in the Aesthetica Creative Works Competition 2010. An innovative commercial photographer for the last decade, Denner's iconic, dynamic and signature photographic style and his mischievous eye have gained him a reputation as one of the UK's new onslaught of emerging photographers. Denner mix's the romance of creativity and inspiration, to create stylised images that visually communicate key messages with impact. An insatiable creative, Denner also exhibits his own self initiated work internationally, and is currently developing his fourth exhibition. Clients include: Sanyo Umbro Motorola Premier Drum Tata / Corus National Health Service 69 degrees magazine Century Media Compass Orbit
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