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This chapter includes
  • Ice Pick- Stella & Minh - Ceremony
  • Posing & Lighting
  • Advice
  • Ice Queen - Janie
  • Practice
  • Tip of the Iceberg - What Makes a Good Contract?
  • Icing on the Cake
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This month's Ice Pick provides not only the opportunity to watch Jerry photograph a complete wedding ceremony without interruption, but you can also watch the video with a Jerry providing voice-over commentary explaining his thoughts behind each shot. Posing & Lighting shows Jerry explaining how to combine background ambient lighting and video light during a night time street shoot. This month's Advice section is an Ice Society first, as Jerry walks through an album he submitted for the WPPI 2012 album competition that was shot entirely with an iPhone 4s. The Ice Queen this month is Janie, who's wedding took place in Christchurch New Zealand and her engagement shoot was the Practice section in Chapter 48. Practice takes another look at shoot on location in harsh sunlight and areas with an apparent lack of photogenic backgrounds and how to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary. The business advice in Tip of the Iceberg this month follows on from Chapter 39 and looks at the Client Contract in more detail. Jerry shares his images submitted to the 2012 WPPI Print competition, which includes the image Jerry personal calls 'one of the best of his career'.