I just finished watching all sections!
It was very well paced and rich with information and great instruction. Every section was valuable. My biggest surprise was your first on theory. Discussing your philosophy and inspiration from classic artists was very interesting. My degree is in graphic design, art not as much. I will now be studying more closely the Renaissance painters to begin.
The shooting section was very helpful your use of natural light and positioning of models. The model directing was great.
Your LR editing is really very clever and I admire your vision... Obviously. Your explanation and use of the LR "color wheel" was a great way of looking at LR. I have completely neglected the camera calibration section in my work.
I also use Imagenomic and NIK plugins. I also use ON1 for similar NIK effects. Now with Google dropping NIK, I'm looking to alternatives but do hope NIK is acquired by someone and continues to be supported. Your work in PS is also very clever. I had been doing far too much in PS the "hard way" while not utilizing LR with the RAW files.
I'll be re-watching all as there was so much useful material. Great job to you, models and crew! Technical glitches did not distract.
I also appreciate your kindness getting me links. I do hope I can get a workshop setup for you here. I am going to try to make the NYC workshop in December.
When I re-watch, I'll pay attention for useful feedback for you. I will say, your skill with directing models was very useful, would like to learn more here. Look forward to the finished video and RAW file to practice with.
Thank you for sharing so much! I'm inspired to shoot, experiment in LR and... study some art history.
I hope there will be more online workshops,
ps. Your English is great, no problems with that.