Just one more" quickly became the mantra for the weekend as we reviewed the images from the back of our cameras. On day one, after the mentors guided us through the two exposures that occur during flash photography, we headed to our first destination: Bonaventure Cemetery. The models struck melancholy poses in the shade of ancient oaks and Spanish moss while we learned to use our flashes to provide fill light. On the other side of the cemetery we were introduced to a grid light, which along with a clever change to the white-balance, allowed us to capture seemingly moonlit portraits in the middle of the afternoon. Day one ended with a trip to Tybee Island where we found ourselves at the base of the majestic, colonial era Tybee Island Light lighthouse. As the sun began to set we shot our speedlights through umbrellas, wrapping soft light around our subjects, while the lighthouse, impossible to ignore, competed with the models for our attention.