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Studio Lighting Workshop: The Fundamental Basics (in Downtown Dallas)

*** COME LEARN THE FUNDAMENTAL SETTINGS OF STUDIO LIGHTING. ***

 Greeting Aspiring Studio Photographers,

Would you like to learn how to use studio lighting?  Does not owning your own set of lights keep you from learning about them? Are you confused about all the different brands and types of studio lighting that are available?  If you are answering "Yes", then this is the workshop for you.

 

 We will be hosting another Fundamental Basics of Studio Lighting Workshop and will demonstrate the basic setup of a studio lighting.  This event will be held at Light Tec studios in the Photo District of Downtown Dallas.  We will also demonstrate the various types of lighting equipment and the proper usage of setting them up.  This event is designed for the Beginner Studio Lighting Photographer and will be presented at a beginner level.

 

 

During this Workshop, you will learn...

* How to determine the number of lights to use.

* The proper placement of lights.

* How to properly set the power of each light.

* How to measure the lights using a light meter.

* How to set the camera's exposure for studio lighting.

* How to pose the model for various lighting conditions.

In addition, you will learn the difference between using a Softbox versus Umbrellas and other various modifiers.

 

 Like always these Workshops are a great opportunity to build your portfolio with a variety images of the lovely models that we will bring to every session.   All these sessions are fun and are a great learning experience.

 

These events are fully hands-on. So, don't forget your cameras, memory cards, and favorite mid-range lenses. You do not need a tripod nor flash equipment. We will provide all the necessary gear to use with the Studio Lighting equipment.

• Payment must be received in FULL and in advance.

We are keeping this session is very limited, thus PLEASE READ THE REFUND POLICY for all details regarding refunds!

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  • Linda S.

    That was an amazing event! I learned exactly what I was hoping to learn when I signed up. As a follow on class, I'd love to see the class size cut in half, even if charging double, let 2 students set up the lighting from beginning to end in each of the 3 studios. I would not even care if we had models. We could practice shooting each other so we can check and adjust the lighting. Now that we have the fundamentals, I would love to get my hands on those lights and be able to decide on the aperture, shutter speed and ISO myself. Also, another class I would love is nothing but posing! But this class was the bomb!

    February 2, 2014

    • Mahesh R.

      Like your idea of student seeing the lights.

      1 · February 2, 2014

    • Mahesh R.

      I meant setting...

      February 2, 2014

  • Jesse

    I'm glad I was able to attend this workshop, all my questions about studio lighting were answered by the time Reuben was finished with his presentation, very professional. The models were great, the location was nice, and we got some great shots.

    February 1, 2014

  • Ken

    Great workshop to learn how to setup the lights for a great shot.

    February 1, 2014

  • Reuben G. M.

    This was a KICK A$$ event! We had plenty of space and models to photographed. Light Tec is an awesome place to shoot at!

    February 1, 2014

  • Mahesh R.

    Great workshop. Learned a lot in 3 hours. Looking forward to future workshops.

    February 1, 2014

  • Robert D.

    Excellent workshop. The studio spaces were great and the models were outstanding.

    February 1, 2014

  • brenda

    Wow!

    February 1, 2014

  • Herbert B.

    It was great. Very informative!

    February 1, 2014

  • Monica C.

    I wish I could be there.I will be out of town and hate not make it. Hope you have another one soon.

    January 31, 2014

  • brenda

    I have pocket wizards and sb700s. Will these be part of the demonstration?

    January 24, 2014

    • Reuben G. M.

      That is OK. We all had to begin at some time. And after this event you will definitely learned a lot more.

      1 · January 27, 2014

    • Johan C.

      I have paid already but now cannot make it? Any way that I can get my money back?

      January 30, 2014

  • Pamela A.

    Random question...aren't MUA 's required to have a license in Texas?

    January 28, 2014

    • Reuben G. M.

      To my best knowledge, if they actually become a company and possibly have a storefront or studio location, then yes. It will fall under the cosmetology laws. Otherwise, if you're just doing it on the side on a limited basis, then No. If you are planning to go more into it, then I would suggest so.

      January 28, 2014

  • Herbert B.

    Do we need to have a Pocket wizard, or some type of remote trigger?

    January 27, 2014

    • Reuben G. M.

      If you already own a Pocket Wizard remote, then you are more than welcome to bring it. However, it is not a requirement. We will provide a few of our own units for the attendees to share.

      January 28, 2014

  • Pamela A.

    I would love to attend this if you can hold it a little closer in to Plano. Do you know Charles Holland studio off 635 &Abrams. Area? He's got a low rental rate I understand...about $25/hr.

    1 · January 26, 2014

    • 1999

      This is rude

      January 27, 2014

    • Reuben G. M.

      No, not really. For years, we have always received a request to hold events at other locations. This year, we will attempt to make that happen .

      January 27, 2014

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Refunds offered if:

  • the Meetup is cancelled
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Additional notes: ** Cancellation within 48 hours of the event will not be refunded. ** "No-Shows" will not be refunded nor credited.

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