AmitShukla 8:51am, 29 December 2010
Hello All
I live in Beaverton and a long term PS/Lightroom user.I have D90 with SB600 and have started to buy some photo studio gear (like strobes, stands, softboxes). But one thing that I find is that unlike PS/Lightroom, you can learn everything by watching tutorial and practicing it. For learning photography I know need to experiment but more than that I need to watch how it's done (live) to see how other people are doing.
What is the best way for me to "look over shoulder" of someone so that I can see what and how they their work in studio. Is someone ready to accommodate a silent watcher in his studio? Can I join your meetups even though I will not be able to contribute anything?
Jayesunn Krump 7 years ago
If you would like to shoot sometime I would be more than happy to help out. Just send me an email.

Sign up for the next PDX strobist meetup. You'll have more 'over the shoulder' experience in one day than you could shake a stick at :)
ShutterCraze (NUEL) 7 years ago
Yup what MisterSqueeze said...just bring your camera for your first meetup.
AmitShukla 7 years ago
Thanks guys. Will surely sign up for the next meetup. And Jayesunn, I'll mail you.
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