Nude Photography Workshop
All the secrets of lighting for Nude Photography in different days, in each of which we will be using several light setups with specific, professional and different equipment.
How direct and light a model for nude pictures
Our Nude Workshop will take you straight to the heart of this particular art form, where the light will allow one to express their personality through new interpretations of the body.
The light setups covered in our workshops are not the common ones described on in many photography books or taught in other workshops as we believe. These are only good starting points. Instead we will aim to give our own interpretation to the light, based on the Peculiarities of our subject, encouraging and giving all of you the possibility to change, play and experiment with studio lights and our huge range of light modifiers.
Open to both beginners and intermediate photographers the event will be held in a relaxed studio environment where everyone can contribute with his/her own ideas to the shooting.
The workshop is divided into several stages:
- Schedule Presentation and introduction to the workshop
- Lighting secrets explanation and preparation of the light setup
- First shooting session
- Short break and variation of the light setup
- Doubts and questions
- Second shooting session
- Final thoughts
The model for this event will be : Sophie
It is not important which camera you will bring along with you and we are very keen to welcome film cameras whether it is a 35mm camera or a medium format camera.
We will provide you with a RF trigger to work with the studio flashes in our studio if you don’t have your own.
No need to worry, just bring your creativity and your passion for photography!
Time: from 6.30pm to 10.00pm
Price: £ 45 x person
Getting to the studio
by train: Battersea Park and Queenstown Road Railway stations are a few minutes walk from the premises. Other railway stations like Vauxhall and Clapham Junction are a short bus trip.
by bus: There are two main bus lines, 44 from Victoria and 344 from Liverpool St.