Mar 9, 2013 · 8:00 AM
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High-key studio lighting workshop
March 9, 2013.
From 8 a.m. to NOON.
High Key Lighting Photography
High key lighting is the kind of photography that produces a bright image –one that works with bright tones, minimum shadows, and predominance of whites and light colors.
High-key is known as a style of lighting that plays with bright and brighter, with a white background or white on white scenes.
Unlike the low key photography, high key lighting produces a fashion style, clean looking, bright image. Shadows are soft and reduced to a minimum, resulting in a very modern looking magazine style image.
We will explore:
• what "high key" exactly means
• which is the most common set up for high key photography
• the complexity of high key lighting
• how to set up the lights
• where to place the lights
• how to meter the lights
• camera settings for high key lighting photography
• how to avoid "spill" light
• where to place your subject
• how you reduce contrast
• how to produce high key images with natural light indoors
This workshop is 4 hours long and will include a model for you to practice the concepts of high key photography.
The cost is $ 60.00 per person. Minimum of 4 people.