Introduction to Studio & Portrait Lighting
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Introduction to Studio & Portrait Lighting - Saturday 28th Oct 2023 1-5pm at imagex Studios
JUST TEN PLACES AVAILABLE FOR THIS SPECIAL COURSE !
A HALF-DAY, FOUR HOUR WORKSHOP MASTERCLASS TO LEARN AND PRACTICE THE USE OF LIGHTING IN STUDIO & PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY, HOSTED BY PHOTOGRAPHER PAUL JACKSON
LEARN THE BASICS OF LIGHTING, THE MEANING OF LIGHT QUALITY, QUANTITY AND DIRECTION TO ELEVATE YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS AND TELL THE STORY BEHIND YOUR SUBJECT
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CONTINUOUS LIGHT AND FLASH WHILST LEARNING HOW TO CONFIDENTLY CONTROL AND SHAPE THE LIGHT
THIS WORKSHOP IS OPEN TO AMATEUR & ENTHUSIAST PHOTOGRAPHERS. ALL STUDIO LIGHTING EQUIPMENT AND PROPS ARE PROVIDED ON THE DAY.
PARTICIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO BRING THEIR DSLR CAMERA, A HOT SHOE FLASH, LENSES & PRIME LENSES (PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR RECOMMENDED LENS SIZES)
ABOUT YOUR TUTOR
Paul Jackson is an Oxfordshire-based photographer who has worked with clients all around the UK & Europe ... he is also an old friend and regular customer of imagex
Paul started in studio photography in 2013, building portfolios for new models and working with established models in fashion and beauty.
Using the techniques he learned, he moved into location work building his skills in the corporate, event photography, fashion, boudoir, art nude, food and animal portraiture.
A winner of international and local competitions, he now enjoys sharing his knowledge with beginner and intermediate photographers looking to advance their understanding of light, composition and capturing the moment.
- A DSLR or mirrorless camera with manual mode capability and with a hot shoe flash
- A lens, or lenses, that cover a full frame equivalent range of 50mm to 135mm
- Prime lenses can be 50mm, 85mm, 105mm, 135mm
Key highlights :
- How to take control of the light in the studio.
- Understand your camera settings and studio equipment to get the images you want.
- Increase your confidence working with models.