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Introduction to Studio Lighting

Phil plugs in the constant burn studio lights for an introductory unit of simple studio lighting for portraits. Check out images from our previous shoots! We'll have a model on hand so everyone gets a chance to make a number of frames of at least 3 different light rigs. Designed with the budding shooter in mind, this should be a great workshop for those of you thinking of kicking your photography into the home studio.

Bring your DSLR and normal lens. Tripods, flashes not needed.

Attendance is limited to approx 10 people. 2 hours.

$39.95 ea contact the store to register without paypal

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  • James

    Fun Class. Learned a lot. Met some great people. The model was excellent to work with. Overall a rewarding experience

    August 17, 2012

  • Phil H.

    Thank you all for attending! I had a blast and am looking forward to a big Fall teaching season, tonight was just the start! Big thanks to JT for assisting in the studio and Jessica for posing.

    August 17, 2012

  • Tom G.

    I was thinking of trying out my 135mm. To tight space? I plan on bringing the 50 anyway. Can't wait....thanks.

    August 14, 2012

  • Phil H.

    Hi Jennifer, call me tomorrow at the store and we can discuss!

    August 13, 2012

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