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  • Boot Camp One, also called "See the World Again. For the First Time," is the starting point for all our workshops and seminars. If you plan on working with us on advanced workshops, this course is required. We cover everything required to have you doing photography in manual mode by the end of the morning. Some of the topics we will cover include:
    • Understanding Light and Color
    • The Ritual of the Camera
    • Depth of Field and the Circle of Confusion
    • Composition and Emotion
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  • Boot Camp One, also called"See the World Again. For the First Time." is the foundation seminar for all our workshops and seminars. This is the full, bound edition. It has all of the material we cover in this workshop plus additional material. Also included are "quizzes" to help you master photography. This edition is size perfectly to fit in your camera bag or backpack.:
    • Understanding Light and Color
    • The Ritual of the Camera
    • Depth of Field and the Circle of Confusion
    • Composition and EMotion
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  • Published in the Winter of 2011, this issue of NyghtVision was our last using the original format. Salena Morgan was the featured model. "I Know Thy Grief" explored emotion and art. There was an excerpt from Falcon's unfinished work "Abandoned." There were essays by Lew G. Brown and Andy Walcott. Lew Brown was the featured photographer.
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  • Published in the Summer of 2012, this issue marked the official debut of Lighting the Un-lightable. Gene Rurka wrote about his experiences in Africa. Andy Walcott and Lew Brown both offered photo essays. There were photo essays about Honduras and Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah, GA. Part one of the Paris Chronicles debuted as well. Falcon's eulogy for Jack Bollini called "Let Me Tell You a Story" appeared as well. There was a tutorial on how to photograph fireworks. Chimera's Octo Beauty dish and Sirui's tripod were reviewed. Ananya was the featured model. "The Beauty of Sadness," an essay by Falcon, explored the depth of emotion in still imaging.
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  • Published in the Fall of 2012, this issue of NyghtVision was our annual gear issue for that year. This edition focued exclusively on new products. Among these were: DxO Labs Optics Pro version 8, and Viewpoint, onOne's version 7, Queensbury's on-line order system, Mindshift's 180 Degree Rotation, Think Tank's City Walk bag and Airport Manager, JetMaster from Innova, color management by X-Rite, and Wacom's Cintiq 24HD.
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  • This edition was published in the winter of 2014. Francois DeWynter interviewed JD Milazzo and Falcon about the origins of the firm and about the state of the industry. There are photo essays by Lew Brown and Andy Walcott. Part 2 of the Paris Chronicles appeared along with an essay about the Merlot Effect - the origins of our lighting methodology. "Snow Fall" is the essay in Poetically Man Dwells and in Lighting the Un-lightable Falcon works with Innana in the attic ballroom at Belmont Estate.
    • Lighting the Un-lightable
    • Photo Essays
    • Product Reviews
    • Featured Model
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  • This edition was published in the spring of 2013. It featured photo essays by Lew Brown, and Andy Walcott. Lighting the Un-lightable looked at lighting for fashion. Poetically Man Dwells was an essay called “The Heart Is a Restless Wanderer.” There was a review of Pixel King remote triggers, Profoto's D1 kit and Canon's 1Dx camera. Francois DeWynter interviewed Falcon about WPPI and there were two editions of The Chronicles - The Vegas Chronicles and the Paris Chronicles.
    • Lighting the Un-lightable
    • Photo Essays
    • Product Reviews
    • Featured Model
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  • Published in the Summer of 2013, this issue of NyghtVision focused on fashion and portraiture. In addition to photo essays by Andy Walcott and Lew Brown, Francois DeWynter's interview of Falcon focused on one of his most emotionally powerful series: "I Know Thy Grief" which featured Amber Starr and Katherine. The interview looked at the emotional aspect of that series. In keepinng with the theme of this edition, there is a photo essay about Falcon's muses. The featured model is Kat Marie. Other models who figured prominently in our work are also featured in photo essays. They include Donna, Jessyka, Amy Rose, AJ DiDonato, Marianne, and Capucine Rose.Jeff Karp wrote an essay on The House of NyghtFalcon and the emotional power of our work. Both the Vegas and Paris Chronicles continued. The photography of Theresa Wilkins was featured. Lighting the Un-lightable features Hannah and the focus was lighting in a dark room.
    • Lighting the Un-lightable
    • Photo Essays
    • Product Reviews
    • Featured Model
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  • This edition was published in the autumn of 2014. This was our annual gear issue. It featured photo essays by Lew Brown, Falcon, and Andy Walcott. Poetically Man Dwells was an essay called “Autumn.” There was a review of DxO's version 9, and the Think Tank My Second Brain and Turn Style Sling bags. the Mindshift Backpack and the Fire Fly sensor cleaner. Francois DeWynter interviewed Falcon the Children of the River in Honduras.
    • Lighting the Un-lightable
    • Photo Essays
    • Product Reviews
    • Featured Model
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  • This edition was published in the winter of 2014. It featured photo essays by Lew Brown, JD, Falcon, and Andy Walcott. Lighting the Un-lightable looked at lighting for fashion. Locations include Old Buffalo Trail, Wells-Fargo, Utah, Reims, France, and Laurel Grove Cemetery in Savannah. Poetically Man Dwells was an essay called “Wynter Chronicles.” There was a review of Photodex Proshow Producer version 6. Francois DeWynter interviewed Falcon about life on the road - in this case a trip to Bryce Canon that led Falcon and JD Milazzo to Wells-Fargo and Silver Spring - two places well off the grid.
    • Lighting the Un-lightable
    • Photo Essays
    • Product Reviews
    • Featured Model
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  • This edition was published in the spring of 2014. It featured photo essays by Lew Brown, JD, Rayn, Falcon, and Andy Walcott. Lighting the Un-lightable looked at lighting Falcon and JD created at WPPI for Pentax. Locations include Old Buffalo Trail, Wells-Fargo, Utah, Reims, France, and Laurel Grove Cemetery in Savannah. Poetically Man Dwells was an essay called “Going Home.” There was a review of Cintiq Companion. Francois DeWynter interviewed Falcon about his book and the introduction to that book by Michael Grady is included.

    • Lighting the Un-lightable
    • Photo Essays
    • Product Reviews
    • Featured Model
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  • This edition was published in the Summer of 2014. There were photo essays by Lew Brown, Andy Walcott, Rayn, Jim Hoyle and Falcon. Lighting the Un-lightable looked at lighting in architectural photography. Poetically Man Dwells returned as well. Francois DeWynter and Falcon discuss Falcon's book "The Moon Is a Jealous Mistress," in Behind the Scenes. There is also a technical article by Falcon on using Photoshop.
    • Lighting the Un-lightable
    • Photo Essays
    • Product Reviews
    • Featured Model
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