Super 1 Day States: Oregon
Dynamic Lighting Indoors and Out
Sam Tarrel, CPP
From in-studio to on location, explore basic and intermediate lighting techniques that you’ll use time and time again. Practice with off camera flash as well as natural, ambient light to produce incredible results. Work with multiple light sources and various set ups; explore how to layer light to add more depth and drama to your portraits. Whether you’re just beginning or already have some experience, this class will still give you a better understanding of how you can use light to create the images you want.
Come with your lighting equipment, an open mind and a desire to perfect your technique – it’ll be a day well spent!
Course Date:Saturday, October 11, 2014
Course Hours: 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Items to Bring:camera, lenses (24mm-200mm), pocket wizard transceivers if available (optional), any lighting equipment you would like to learn how to use better, note-taking materials, money for lunch or sack lunch
Light Science Studios
1801 NW Upshur Street
Portland, OR 97209
What High School Seniors Want
Bryan Welsh, Cr.Photog.
Lisa Dillon, M.Photog., CPP
In the ever changing world of high school photography, it’s hard to stay on top of that question – what do Seniors want?
In this class, Bryan Welsh and Lisa Dillon deliver the answers you need! Take part in a live demo, discuss posing and lighting, editing and post processing. Explore marketing and sales strategies and discover how to deliver exactly what your high school Seniors want. This class is your Hall Pass to Senior Success!
Course Date:Friday, October 17, 2014
Course Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Items to Bring:note-taking materials, camera, money for lunch on your own
5625 NE Elam Young Pkwy
Hillsboro, OR 97124
Understanding WHY: The Art and Science of Photography
Craig Brubaker, M.Photog.Cr., CPP
This your opportunity to understand the whys and wherefores behind your craft! Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced photographer, you’ll love exploring the scientific and technical elements of digital photography.
Discuss camera lenses, the critical element of light, lighting techniques and exposure. Understand why these are so crucial to photography and how they apply to any genre, whether portraiture, weddings, landscapes and more.
This class gives you a better understanding of your camera controls that will make you a better photographer. Don’t just know the “what” in photography; dig deeper to truly understand the “why.”
Course Date:Monday, October 6, 2014
Course Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Items to Bring: note-taking materials, camera with either a telephoto zoom lens or a fixed long lens, tripod, money for parking and lunch (or sack lunch). Please dress appropriately for the weather, as this time of year can be cold and rainy. Class will be held outdoors.
Southwest Kingston Avenue (parking area by tennis courts)
Portland, OR 97205