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Ask Pye Anything | Join Us For a Live Q&A Webinar on Creative Live!

By SLR Lounge Official on March 16th 2016

Join Us!

If you have questions about photography or lighting, now is your chance to ask Pye anything! On March 22nd from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm PDT, CreativeLive will host a special SLR Lounge Q&A with our Editor-in-Chief, Pye Jirsa.

Based on our bestselling Photography 101, Lighting 101 and Lighting 201 tutorials, this 3-hour long open enrollment is absolutely free and will include an image critique segment where Pye will give you feedback and advice.

RSVP: Click here to RSVP or pre-order on-demand access.

CC SUBMISSION: Add an image to our Constructive Critique section of SLR Lounge to be part of the live critique session or upload and hashtag an image with #PyeQA on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

We Need Your Participation!

Questions – Please help us out by asking your questions in the comments of this article. Since Photography 101, Lighting 101 and Lighting 201 cover such broad topics, your questions can be about almost anything related to photography or lighting. If you’d like to include your business name in your questions, we’ll be sure to give you a live shoutout along with your questions.

Images for Critique – If you’d like to have your image critiqued live, please add an image to our Constructive Critique section of SLR Lounge.

You can also submit images for CC by using the hashtag #PyeQA on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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Purchase the individual classes now or tune in prior to the event for a free broadcast of the following courses:

(All classes will run from 9 am on one day until 9 am the following day)

Don’t miss out on the Q&A! Register now.

 

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Q&A Discussions

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  1. Chiwila Njabulo Sikwila

    Hi Pye-

    I have 2 questions.

    1. What goes through your mind/what are you considering/thinking when it comes to selecting an aperture for your composition?
    Do you have a ‘formula/guideline’ so to speak. As in when its an individual you consider using a range of f1.2- 2.8 AND when it’s a group, nothing less than f3.5?

    2. Similar to the first question;
    What do you consider before you select a Zoom Value on a OCF?
    Do you use some standard guideline?

    Thank you!

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