WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
This intensive one-day workshop will fast track your lighting skills and get you really comfortable in the studio environment. You’ll learn to set up the studio from scratch, learn multiple lighting setups and interact with models. Celebrity photographer Dan will be on hand to guide you personally through the two live shoots and help you get striking images for your portfolio. You’ll leave with a really clear understanding of how to use and control studio lights. It’s easy to buy some cheap lights and play around on your own but without expert guidance this process can be slow and frustrating. Speed up your learning by coming on this limited place, well established workshop.
WHO IT IS FOR:
This workshop is ideal for photographers already on their creative journey, who may have some limited experience in the studio, or who are looking to increase their knowledge and feel more confident with lighting and creative ideas, and who want to learn some insider tips and tricks from a successful professional.
This action-packed workshop will take place in a working London studio.
It will cover:
Setting up the London professional studio from scratch. You’ll learn about Power, Polyboards, sandbags and more!
Individual shoot time with each of the two model set ups, overseen by Dan
Advice on how to set up lights and equipment properly
Learn to use a range of lighting modifiers to create specific effects
Work with and direct models with Dan on hand to advise, but you leading the shoot
Perfect your workflow, get comfortable with shooting tethered and using Capture One
All attendees will get the chance to shoot two different lighting setups and will leave with new shots for their portfolio.
We’ve grown and evolved this successful workshop and we’ve learned what people really want is on-camera time with the models. In this latest intake, We give you the chance to really gel with the models and try several lighting options in each set-up
Dan will be sharing the lighting techniques and tricks that he uses when shooting actual work assignments