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SOLD OUT- Lighting workshop at the Studio Too with Don Giannatti $90

Don Giannatti was a featured instructor on Creative

Don Giannatti was a featured instructor on Creative Live in Don has been a commercial photographer and graphic designer for over 40 years. Starting out with photography as a hobby, he eventually had studios in LA, Chicago and NY. Specializing in people and still life, Don added design to capabilities and in 2000, his agency, OCEAN Integrated Media was the third largest advertising agency in Arizona.

He now shoots and designs for clients all over the US, and teaches a very successful photography workshop several times a year. Voted one of the “Top Workshop Instructors” in the world by the readers of Photo District News, he has also authored three books for Amherst Media and is currently writing a fictional book based on the life of a photographer.

Don’s writes on Photography and the business of creativity at the online magazine, Essentials for Photographers ( and also leads an online photography course for emerging commercial shooters at Project 52 ( Occasionally he plays drums and keyboards and firmly believes that photography is jazz with a camera.

He lives in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife Marian, daughters Shanna, Michaila and Alissa and two small, yappy dogs.




The workshop will be a mix of a fun lecture/demonstration with a discussion on lighting - basic/advanced. You will also receive a copy of Don's first book for all attendees.

The workshop will cover the following:

How modifiers can produce different light presentation based on the subjects

Lighting Setups... some of his favorites.
Working with the model "in the light"
Posing the model with the light
Fail safe head shot lighting
How thinking subject first can help the photographer KNOW what lights are needed
How modifiers make the difference
How to use bare strobes to make shots that do not look bare strobe
Mixing ambient and daylight - finding the blend that makes your shot
How to make a shoot more relaxed and less stressful and more.
Have your questions ready for Don that you want him to answer on April 28the at 9:00am. I waiting to hear/confirm from Don for the length of the workshop for example 9:00am-4pm

This workshop is limited to This workshop is limited to ONLY 10 people and there are currently 8 spaces available as of 4/8/[masked]:43:12 PM.

Your payment confirms your spot for this workshop and I will send you an email with confirmation of your payment.

Your payment can be made on pay-pal to or [masked] through Paypal only. If you have any questions or concerns please CALL ME or EMAIL Me, or TEXT ME. I will open this workshop to other groups and friends this Thursday April 11, 2013. Deadline to confirm and Pay is April 26th at 11:59pm.

I look forward to seeing you at the workshop,

Sheila Morgan
[masked]-cell if I do not answer please leave a message along with your phone number (even if I have it already).

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