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Complete Lighting & Shooting Workshop (April)
Sun, April 23, 2017, 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT
This workshop is a comprehensive learning and shooting experience for photographers eager to learn about and practice using studio strobes (flash units with modifiers) with live models.
Skills transfer is a cornerstone of this event. This is not just a chance to make great photographs, but to learn the skills for yourself.
Full event details and agenda at: www.lightingclasses.com
Who will benefit from this workshop?
Photographers of all skill levels are welcome to attend. You will get real hands-on experience with an array of professional lighting equipment, and work with a professional model to greatly enhance your portfolio. You will learn valuable skills for creating your own lighting using studio gear, and how to achieve certain looks for portraiture, beauty, and fashion.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Visit www.lightingclasses.com and choose the 'Register Now' option where a contact form is located.
Is my seat reserved?
Your place in the workshop is absolutely reserved once you purchase your ticket. Please be certain that you can attend the workshop on the indicated date. If you have purchased a ticket and cannot attend, you are welcome to transfer your ticket to another attendee. Please contact us at www.lightingclasses.com and use the contact form on the 'Register Now' page should you need to transfer your ticket.
$249 is not an insignificant amount! Is it worth it?
The cost of setting up a full studio shoot (rental of space, gear, hiring of models/makeup artists/assistant, etc) is much more than the cost of a workshop ticket. In addition, the amount of core learning and skills transfer only adds to the value. You will gain the most benefit if you come ready to learn and eager to make great photographs.
What should I bring to the workshop?
- A DSLR or mirrorless camera that has 'M' (manual mode) and has a hot shoe on top
- At least one lens of at least 35mm focal length. Longer lenses up to 150mm will also be useful
- No lighting gear of any kind (all the gear for the workshop is provided, please do not bring flash gear)