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Intro to studio lighting workshop with fashion photographer Arron Dunworth

Happy new year to you all and I hope you all had a good Christmas.

We have pulled in the awesome Celeb and Fasihion photographer Arron Dunworth for this introduction to studio lighting workshop. This workshop will cover basic studio lighting techniques and terminology so you will have a basic understanding of how to use studio lighting.


We will cover:
The basic properties of light: Colour, hard and soft lighting High and low key lighting Use of different types of light modifiers (soft-boxes, snoots, reflectors, barn doors.)


We will look at the camera in relation to studio lighting, specifically:
Shutter Sync Speed Aperture ISO White Balance
For the practice session we will look at a basic one light set up, then a more advanced two light set up and we'll work on high and low-key lighting with our model.

The workshops are approximately 2 hours in duration and will include theory as well as practical shooting.


Our Kit:
We will be using 1 x Bowens 1000 watt and 2 Bowens 500 watts. We have all of the equipment you will need so don't worry about flash triggers, just bring your camera.


What you will need:
An SLR or similar camera with standard hot-shoe. If you have another type you'll need to provide your own adapter.
A suitable lens
We're shooting in a relatively small space, so while any standard lens will work; a 35mm, 17-55 or a 24-70mm lens will probably be best.
A clean memory card

Please see some of Arron's work below:

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  • Delwyn V.

    Good basic information provided in a relaxed setting, not too much technical jargon to confuse.
    Would recommend to someone wanting the basics
    Will be using "studio 1" for another Meetup later

    1 · January 24, 2013

  • Joe

    Hi Leonard, just wondering if there will be any model present for this?? Thanks.

    January 13, 2013

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