Just ended 4 days at CES. What a show. I think I walked around when I was free and saw 1% of CES. But thank goodness for Google Alerts, as I spotted a video of me that was uploaded to YouTube, while I was on stage in the Canon booth. I had two wonderful models to use in my demos, Lorenzo and Ming.
Did the video show me working and doing great things with the models? Of course not. The video is a fairly dull spot where I'm setting up an explanation of hard light and soft light. Didn't even know someone was video taping to put online. But it gives you a sense of the stage and me. You can view the video here.
Below are a few of the images of Lorenzo and Ming shot on stage in the hustle and bustle of CES. All the photos were shot with strobes on the Canon 70D. Great, light camera, with wonderful resolution. No hair and makeup, just the models, assistants, and the lights.
I got to go to a private shoot Thursday night after the show in an airplane hanger that held a private jet and about 25 or more collector cars. There were a bunch of us and some models. I'll post that series in a few days but for now, on to Phoenix and the next convention starting Sunday. Stay tuned.