The 'Lighting Studio' workshop is an amazing studio lighting course and always very well received.
For the beginner to the pro, it is packed with really useful content, way beyond what people usually expect.
Do you wish to learn about studio lighting step - by step, from the basics to much higher levels? And in the shortest time? This day is designed to do just that.
Inspiring and informative, this is a fun event, with constantly positive feedback received.
Please bring your camera and lens (around 85mm on full frame), plus plenty of storage space, as this day has significant practical shooting components.
If you have your own flash meter, you are welcome to use it, but these along with lighting, will also be supplied for use in this workshop.
The content of this lighting course is suitable no matter your lighting system.
Some key areas covered include:
Understanding studio flash.
Camera settings for studio lighting.
Using a flash meter for simple and advanced studio lighting arrangements.
A practical guide to using reflectors, umbrellas, soft-boxes and other common accessories for people photography.
Practical lighting arrangements for repeatability.
Working in and around a home or small studio/office environment.
Capturing the head shot to full length images.
Solutions to common people lighting needs, such as photographing people wearing glasses and dealing with various body and face shapes.
Posing & composition tips.
Creating clean white backgrounds.
Creating the ‘natural’ backdrop.
Creating ‘the quick’ backdrop solution.
Numerous 'genre' styles including lighting for portraits, groups and fashion imagery.
Practical shooting sessions
Course notes will be supplied, although you are welcome to bring a pen & paper for any notes you may wish to take.
Timings of the day:
Tea/Coffee: 10:20amMorning session start: 10:30amLunch: 1:00pmAfternoon Session start: 1:45 pmFinish: 16:30pm
About John Clements
A working professional photographer, John’s client list has ranged from the corporate world to the Great British Public.
He was Nikon UK’s ‘Advisor of Photography’ for a number of years – a respected and privileged position – and continues to work with a number of imaging companies as a consultant.
Author of over a dozen books, he also previously wrote widely for numerous photographic publications.An experienced presenter, John’s workshops and seminars excite and inspire his students due to his concise and approachable style.
His events draw on his combined real world photography experiences for the beginner to the pro.
Please note: Some of our courses require a minimum number of participants to enable us to operate them. If the minimum number of bookings required for a course has not been received, we are entitled to cancel it. We will notify you of cancellation for this reason no later than 7 days before your course is due to take place.
Since 2008 Park Cameras has been providing photo enthusiasts across the country with unrivalled training options across a broad and diverse range of photographic genres and disciplines.
Throughout this time our aim has been to provide interactive, intuitive and aspirational courses, workshops and seminars, beneficial to the demanding requirements of all photographers, regardless of ability or interest.
Consisting of classroom, seminar and studio learning facilities, we are confident th...
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