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Stretch your creative muscles with a photo Workshop!

After Thanksgiving Fall Light Photo Workshop

Order tickets via Eventbrite:

http://falllightphoto-efbevent.eventbrite.com/

Join photographer Lucas Weismann as he shows you tips and tricks on how to get the most out of the beautiful Fall Light. Don't have beautiful light? Nonsense! We'll help to show you how to get the best light available! Lucas has been teaching photography and shooting commercially since 2001. His past clients have included American Express, Marshall Field's In-House Product Studio, Celebrity Photographers, Architectural Photographers and more! Examples of his work can be seen at http://www.lukeweismann.com/

Cost to Attend: $60 - Saturday or Sunday
Full-weekend Passes: 1st 5 @ $70, Next 10 @ $90, General Admission $110
(includes bonus review session)

Saturday - Natural Light That Looks Natural

11:00AM - Check-in
11:30AM - Class Topics Include:
Exposure Value and Color Temperature
Raw vs. JPEG capture
Natural looking light and how to find it
2PM - we shoot! - This section will include hands on demonstration of light-modifiers and application of techniques discussed in class
Saturday Recommended Materials: Camera with Memory Card, Tripod and something to modify light (NO FLASHES)

Sunday - Flash and Fix

11:00AM - Check-in
11:30AM - Off-Camera Flash and Lighting
Basic Lighting Patterns
Diffuse vs. specular light.
Flash and Ambient Lighting
Ways to get your flash off-camera
Light modifiers for your flash.
2PM - We Shoot
5PM(ish) - Dinner Break
7PM - Fix it in Post? (Open to all attendees)
8PM - Feedback and Critique (Bonus for full-weekend passholders)
Sunday Recommended Materials: Same as Saturday, plus flash, and some means of getting flash off-camera, as well as any modifiers you have to hand (gels, softbox, reflectors, etc...)


Class Descriptions

Saturday - Natural Light that Looks Natural

Are you tired of photos where things look worse than they did when you were there? In this class, we'll give you some great techniques for being able to figure out how to get the most of the available light in the scene! These techniques will help you to create better pictures of people in their environments right away. The best part? It works on other subjects too!

Class topics may include: Exposure value and Color temperature; What is good light and where can I find it?; What is the "right" exposure?; Should I shoot JPEG or Raw?; Tripods really?

Sunday - Take That Flash OFF of Your Camera.

On-camera flash is horrible. No one looks good in it. Why? Because the light is harsh and straight on, and that is the reason for red-eye, and etc... Why take the flash off the camera? 1) the average hot shoe flash is robust enough to light most of what we need. Especially since what we usually need is supplementary light.

Class topics may include: Ambient vs. Flash; Getting the flash off-camera; what kind of flash do I need?; light modifiers; Why are my people blue and my background orange?

Sunday Evening (Open to all attendees) - Fix it in post?

At this point in the weekend, you should be ready to start thinking in terms of "making a good image great" instead of "Saving that image(hopefully!). We'll show you how using Lightroom, iPhoto or Photoshop you can make your best images better!

Sunday Evening (Bonus for full-weekend attendees) - Feedback and review

Bring your best five images from this weekend and we'll discuss what works, what could use improvement and general tips as to how to push it to the next level.

FAQs

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

Nope. We believe in encouraging people to get started as soon as their parents trust them with a camera.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

There's a bus that goes down broadway or littleton blvd, and street parking is available.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

by email: [masked]

by phone:[masked]

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

It is transferrable and those arrangements can be made ahead of time. If the ticket is transferred, please email the organizer so we can make a note of the changes.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Nope. Just your ID or the email you used to register. If there is a dispute between two attendees, the one who beats the other 2 of 3 times in a thumbwrestling match.

What is the refund policy?

Tickets are transferrable, but not refundable barring medical emergencies.

Where can I get the tools/equipment you talk about in class?

We will do our best to let you know and also have a 10% discount code with fotodiox for anything they currently sell!

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