Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Portrait Photography Lighting Workshop

On Monday 14th May 2012, Ben & I will be leading a practical Introduction to Studio Portrait Lighting in association with The Flash Centre.

Our lovely model, Sam J

This workshop has been designed specifically for those new to studio lighting or photographers wanting to improve their skills and is great opportunity to learn how to get the best from your existing studio lights; if you're new to studio portrait lighting we can guide you toward the best gear for your needs.

There will be demonstrations and plenty of opportunities to experiment in between times as we have a patient model! During the day we'll show how to get the best from simple lighting using one or two flash heads with modifiers and show you how to create consistent professional results. We'll show you how to recognise good and bad light, some basic posing and also corrective measures whilst working with one or two lights, a wide selection of modifiers and reflectors.

Behind the scenes - creating mood in the studio
with just a couple of Elinchrom BXRi studio flash heads

The fee for this workshop experience is normally £129.00, but if you book before Monday 7th May you save £30.00 and pay only £99.00! Included in the fee are refreshments throughout the day and a light lunch. The studio is based close to the A23 London to Brighton Road about 30 minutes outside of Brighton in Burgess Hill. The studio has ground level access and easy car parking; anyone choosing to travel by train will be collected from Burgess Hill rail station.

To find out more and to book you place now - numbers are limited to 10 places only - visit http://www.packshots.biz/training/studio-portrait-lighting/

If you have any queries or specific requirements, feel free to contact me direct via http://www.packshots.biz/contact/

When you attend one of our workshops we will encourage you to take notes and shoot BTS (Behind The Scenes, like the one above) images for later reference. We also provide an exclusive eBook with a wealth information to help you create better portraits.

Much of what you will learn with us can be used outside of the controlled studio environment. We appreciate that not everyone will have access to a large commercial studio, so much of what we show you can be replicated in your home, office or place of work.

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