Join us for this event and learn more advanced techniques for creating "edgy" images with light.
We will cover:
- Ways to create drama and impact using different lighting sources and modifiers
- Posing and interacting with the subject to capture just the right look and your vision
- setting up the scene with styling and incorporating simple props, such as sunglasses or a sports ball or helmet
We will work with a couple of models and couple different lighting sources.
This event is limited to only 12 people plus the organizers. There will be 2-3 models to work with!
I will have two or three shooting areas to practice in, or we may even work outside some. You are also encouraged to bring whatever lighting sources you generally use. I will be sharing and have mine set-up, but have been asked if it's ok to practice with your own equipment during our events - ABSOLUTELY!
I do require that you have a pretty sound understanding of light before RSVPing for this class. This is a good class for intermediate to advanced photographers. However, if you are not familiar with working in manual mode and using off camera lighting, this class may be too advanced for you.
We use the Aputure transceivers in our events. I do have 4 extras for sharing (Nikon and Canon, but no other models)
I always encourage you to purchase one of your own. A set of these will also fire your flash off camera, and work as a remote shutter release. A set of 2 is only $66. There are many varieties of radio triggers, but these are very inexpensive units which allow everyone to be on the same system.
Nikon - http://amzn.to/Y3UlsU
Canon - http://amzn.to/Y72APZ
Sony - http://amzn.to/19rc7NK
This class is not for BEGINNERS! Most of our events are, but unfortunately this one is not!
Thanks and I hope to see you there...
* As always, the models at our events are promised at least 2 high resolution images from each attendee in exchange for their time and allowing us to use their images in our portfolios. They do sign a model release which gives you the right to use the images in your portfolios, and for marketing reasons, but not for resell. If you wish for that kind of release, you must discuss it individually with each model before photographing them and bring your own release along.