Looking at Light Workshops - 2017
- Sunday, 8 April - 2.00 to 5:30 PM
- Sunday, 23 April - 2.00 to 5:30 PM
Photography is all about capturing reflected light.
And it is also about problem solving.
Learning how to see the effect light has on a subject will make a significant difference to your ability to
make memorable images.
In this workshop you will learn how to control the quality, quantity and direction of light, initially using a simple studio lighting setup where we have maximum control. We will then apply these lessons to simpler setups such as the ones that you will have ready access to e.g., natural outdoor light, window light, reflectors, etc.
To maximise the learning we will work in a small group, usually three to five participants. You will have the maximum opportunity to learn by watching, doing and helping. I am also happy to provide some feedback on your photos if that would be helpful. We will have the services of a friendly and easy to work with model. She hails from France and is a dancer in her spare time.
You will also gain entry to my online learning site where you can access notes and submit your images
for group feedback. This is designed to maximise the benefit from the workshop.
Cost per three and a half hour workshop will be $85 including model fees, refreshments and notes. The venue is in Stirling, only 20 minutes from Victoria Square. You are welcome to book with a friend if you wish. Further details will be sent to you on enrolment. Just complete the booking details below and email back asap.
Depending on demand, further workshops may include portraiture, night, advanced studio lighting, figure, digital photo management, Lightroom, street photography, etc.
You can also indicate interests (no obligation) on the Contact page.
I trust this will be of interest to you. If you have any queries just email or call me on 0409106688.
Will be travelling over winter and new workshops will be offered from September. Online help will be available in the interim.
BOOKING - please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org