The five minute challenge was designed to make students think and shoot on the run.
When students arrived for class they were unaware that they would have to produce a portrait of a model that day.
Each student had five minutes to create their portrait. They could do anything that they wanted. They could shoot in the studio or outdoors on location.
The class performed incredibly well and most felt the exercise was a positive experience that proved to them that they do have the abilities to create quality work under pressure situations.