Saturday, August 15, 2020, 9:30am - 5:00pm
Connie Sanders, M.Photog., CPP
This workshop is for those who have no studio experience, who might be considering studio work, and who want to learn about lighting subjects in a small studio or location space. If you want the opportunity to play around and get comfortable with arranging different types of lighting and finding out what gear you might consider, this is the class for you. It will be a combination of demo and hands-on practice using strobe lights and different modifiers to see the different effects they produce. You will have the opportunity to practice arranging lighting equipment and posing a subject. Topics covered will include types of lighting equipment, basic lighting patterns, lighting with one and multiple lights, types of lighting modifiers, backgrounds, how to use a light meter and remote triggers, lens choice, and a few basic posing strategies. Make head shots of your fellow class attendees. You might even learn a few money-saving hacks!
Items to bring: Your DSLR camera and lens; a long lens if you have one (over 100mm), but not required. Note-taking materials. Laptops are not necessary but you may bring one, if you wish; if so, it would help to bring an extension cord.
Location: 355 Taylor Avenue
Bellevue, KY 41073
Instructor Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor Website: www.consanphotos.com