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This chapter includes
  • Ice Pick - Nick & Tanya - Bride and Groom's Coverage
  • Posing & Lighting
  • Advice
  • Ice Queen - Michelle
  • Practice
  • Tip of the Iceberg - How to wind up every customer transaction on a positive note
  • Icing on the Cake - Zane playing football - Fusion
  • Spice - Marcus Bell
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An all new wedding begins in this month's Ice Pick, with coverage of Nick & Tanya's pre-ceremony photography. Jerry demonstrates some golden rules of posing a face with his very own in Posing & Lighting. Advice is a review of Jerry's favorite entry in the WPPI wedding album of the year competition. The Ice Queen this month is the gorgeous Michelle, who is marrying a suspiciously familiar looking groom. Practice covers a variety of examples of how to use window light during pre-ceremony coverage. Spice's photoshop techniques are bought to you this month by Australian Triple Master of Photography Marcus Bell. Tip of the Iceberg discusses 'how to wind up every customer transaction on a positive note'. In the Icing on the Cake this month Jerry shares his first effort at shooting HD video on the Canon 5D MkII.