Studio Lighting Workshop - Part 1

  • December 16, 2013 · 6:30 PM
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Our ever popular Studio Lighting Workshop:

The will focus of this workshop is on the basics of studio lighting, with an emphasis on creating modern, punchy studio images for portraits, fashion and music. Following the workshop you will understand:

How to use your camera in a studio setting - ISO, shutter speed and aperture

How to meter lights

Working with black and white backgrounds

How to make people look good

Use of light modifiers – softbox, snoot etc

Working with hard and soft light

How to position one, two and three lights for different looks

Separating the subject from the background - rim lighting

Rembrandt, split, hair, clamshell lighting, and more

Use of reflectors 

Basics of posing a model

You will need a digital SLR camera with manual mode and need to know how to set ISO, aperture and shutter speed. There will be opportunity for you to shoot during the workshop and you can use the images in your portfolio. 

The workshop is run by a professional portrait and music photographer, in a fully equipped photography studio, with a female model and lasts for 3 hours.

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  • Nicole E.

    The information given was really helpful and educating. Makes me want to do more studio based workshops as well. :)

    December 17, 2013

  • Linda C.

    Really enjoyed this informative and hands on session.

    December 17, 2013

  • Sandeep M.

    Hi, do I have to bring a tripod?

    December 3, 2013

    • Andrew M.

      No need for a tripod

      December 12, 2013

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