March 19, 2013 · 3:00 PM
Environmental Portrait Lighting Tips with Tony Gale
At the heart of every environmental portrait is a backdrop that tells a story about your subject. And like any great photograph, the lighting should do it justice – which can be easier said than done outside the studio.
In this live webinar on Tuesday, March 19th at 4pm ET, Tony Gale will walk us through the lighting techniques he used for a range of his own portrait shots. Tony is an award-winning New York City based photographer specializing in people and portraits, as well as an instructor of lighting technique at Parsons The New School for Design and School of Visual Arts.
You’ll get Tony’s best practices on how to:
- Use artificial light to enhance them mood, look and feel of your environment
- Scout for the best location and light it in a way that compliments your subject
- Help make your subject look his or her best, especially in less than ideal conditions
Join us on Tuesday, March 19th for this specialty webinar! Remember to use our handy time zone listing to the right to see what time it’s taking place in your area.
Also please keep in mind that sadly our webinar tool caps the number of people that can attend. I know, we’re just as bummed about it as you are. So make sure to grab a spot before they're gone by following these steps:
- Click this link to go register for the webinar. If we’re already full, you’ll see a page that says so.
- If you’re one of the first 1,000 you'll get an email with instructions on how to connect.
- Log in 15-20 minutes before we start at 4pm ET on Tuesday.
Typically everyone rushes in at 4pm ET, and that's when people start getting locked out. By showing up a little early, you should be safe.
See you at the webinar,
- The PhotoShelter Team