Tabletop Photography Fundamentals, part 3 of 3
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You don’t need a studio to take professional-grade product and food photographs! All you need is a DIY tabletop lighting setup. In this three-day course, award-winning food photographer Andrew Scrivani will show you how to build your own light table and tailor your lighting setup — on any budget. Whether you’re a beginning photographer looking to master lighting or a professional photographer eager to expand your services, this course will give you a candid, comprehensive playbook for tabletop lighting.
Tabletop photography transforms a single surface into a small-scale studio. Andrew, a regular contributor to The New York Times, will show you how to create and then optimize your DIY lighting setup for your needs — using everything from the latest gear to household items. Andrew will cover metering and bounce cards, working with strobes and soft boxes, and tips for shooting glassware and other tricky products.
By the end of this course, you will know how to build, set up, and adjust your very own tabletop light box — and how to use that setup to expand your services, improve your photography, and market your business.
Instructor: Andrew Scrivani
Length: 3 Day Workshop from 12 PM to 7 PM
Starts: Thursday, 01/16/2014
at 12 PM
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