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Shooting for the Epilepsy Advocate, Part 1
Renowned New York photographer Ian Spanier brings us his second WPS lesson, where the challenge was to help turn what was visually a mediocre magazine into a look that was more along the lines of a high-end "New York style" magazine, all with a tiny budget. If successful, the job would be his four times a year, as well as impress the VP of the custom publishing division of Time, Inc.

On Location: J2 Shoots for Cowgirl Tuff Jeans
John Beckett and J2 Productions are back at it again, this time out in the desert shooting in a tough situation. In this comprehensive lesson, John expounds on problem-solving in the field and gives us valuable insight that he has gained over a career's worth of image-making.

Rainy-Day Magic on a Sunny Day
Web Photo School is pleased to welcome Jay P. Morgan back for a second lesson! This one will demonstrate techniques for creating a rainy set on location without the help of mother nature.

Applyting Makeup, Step by Step
posted June 24, 2010.

Here, you'll follow along with Billy's Photo Stylist/Makeup Artist, Wendalynn Nelson, as she walks you through each step of the creative makeup process.

Boudoir: Low Key Style
Cherie Steinberg Cote has ventured into a lighting technique known as "low key" lighting. Low key light accentuates the contours of an object by throwing specific areas into shadow.

An Athlete's Portrait
This lesson illustrates the approach Fred Soares, contributing instructor for WebPhotoSchool, made to photographing this semi-pro freestyle BMX rider. He approached the project bearing in mind that this is an "extreme" sport and wanted the image to reflect that.

The Hastings-on-Hudson Portrait Session
Ian shot this lesson at the Riverview Manor Firehouse in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York using members of Engine 46 as his models. These portraits—shot in color and converted to black & white—capture the rawness of these firefighters in all their gritty beauty.

Commercial Portrait: Knockout Motorcycles, Part II
This is the second of a two-part lesson series that takes a behind-the-scenes look at a large scale outdoor photo-shoot.

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