Lou is one of the most award winning photographers in
the State of Illinois,
with awards too numerous to mention. His top accomplishments include
Photographer of the year, as well as, an image being displayed at the
"Photography Hall of Fame" in Oklahoma City.
He has traveled throughout the United States and Canada teaching his
Hollywood/Glamour Lighting techniques.
Lou's most recent accomplishment is his newly released
"Hollywood Style Portraits" published by
Amherst Media and is being distributed on a global basis.
Ask yourself this:
Doesn't it seem that everyone who owns a camera today
calls themselves a Professional Photographer?
Doesn't it seem that all photographs look the same with
flat light and over retouched, waxy looking faces?
Your competition can easily buy all the newest
programs on the market, they can buy all the new templates, and they can easily
get the fancy retouching programs quickly and easily.
So what does this mean: your work is no different than your competitors
if you do not change.
Offer what no one can buy - A personal Lighting style!
"Hollywood/Glamour Style Lighting"
seminars are designed to bring out
The Portrait Artist in you!
Perfect for High School Seniors, Couples, Brides,
Grooms, Glamour/Boudoir and
aspects of your creative lighting needs.
Master the Lighting Techniques you need
to produce this Timeless Portrait
Hollywood photographers of the
1930's and 1940's
produced glamorous images that remain popular to this day.
Lou shows you how to achieve the same
using hot lights to sculpt each subject to perfection.
Live Photo Demonstrations
Understanding how Hot lights are different
than strobe lighting.
Using barn doors, snoots etc. to take complete
control of the light.
Building a portrait setup with hot lights.
Metering for flawless exposures.
Using light to create mood in your images.
Lighting the Bride & Groom on location
with one light.
Controlling the shadows and highlights on your
subject and background.
Each attendee will leave with a workbook and
How to Guide.
Most of all - you should leave refreshed and
excited and ready to: