Saturday, August 15, 2020, 9:00am - 5:00pm
Kristy A. Steeves, M.Photog.Cr., CPP
It's been said that skilled photographers are artists who light with a paintbrush. They are writers who narrate their own visual story. They define their personal style. They are in control of the way their images look and feel. They do this by knowing how to see the light, manipulate it, and use it to their advantage. Lighting is a crucial part of photography. Sculpting with it is an art form.
In this workshop, Kristy will share her unique approach on embracing the light (and shadows) to create shape, form, shadows, texture, and mood. The placement of light, shaping of light, and ratios can all work in your favor. Kristy will not only demonstrate certain techniques, such as broad, short, split and profile, but have you work the lights as well so she can help you tackle trouble spots you might be experiencing in your studio or outdoors. There will be models throughout the day so bring your camera for this hands on experience.
Light is your greatest tool. Come and create. Find your voice. Write your story. Define your style. Learning how to light is one of the greatest discoveries you can make as a photographer.
Items to bring: Camera, Pocket Wizard (if you have one, if not instructor has extras)
Location: 4204 Shurell Pkwy
Medina, OH 44256
Instructor Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor Website: http://www.kristysteevesphotography.com