Lighting a subject with one strobe is one of those techniques in photography which is extremely underrated. As a beginner photographer, lighting can be daunting and overwhelming. It's not only an art, but it is extremely technical. Once a photographer learns the process of how to, over using the number of lights necessary for a shoot becomes an easy thing to do. You get excited about the boundless lighting possibilities, and before you know it you have a light in every corner of the studio. When you have more than a couple lights set up, you have to start wondering if they are all necessary. Shadows are just as important as light, and no photographer can deny the countless number of beautiful images that have been created with just one light source.
Had a great time in Tampa. Thanks again to ASMP Central Florida, the students, and their instructor Frank Duffy for making it happen.