Studio lighting course with John Tisbury - 1 place remaining, Sunday 1...

Studio lighting course with John Tisbury - 1 place remaining, Sunday 11th May, Rushden, Northamptonshire

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30 April 2014
Intermediate Studio Lighting Workshop Level: Intermediate Who should attend: This session is aimed at photographers who would like to add to their existing studio skills and knowledge. If you are comfortable setting your camera to manual and triggering a studio flash head then this session will take you to the next stage. There will be a refresher session to ensure everyone starts at the same level of knowledge. Session contents: A re-cap on the basics Exploring different types of light; hard, soft, direct, indirect Exploring different types of studio light, flash, constant, ringflash Using more than one light Directing and working with models Model is Jenny Fozzard and she will be working to full frontal nude 10:00am - 5:00pm Lunch and all beverages included Next session: Sunday 11th May 2014 Number of delegates: 4, 1 place remaining Cost: £250 per person Throughout the day you will have plenty of chance to practise and review yours and other people's shots. John will set re-cap exercises and group activities to help cement the knowledge gained during the session. The day will cover studio flash and constant lighting and John will take you through many of his lighting setups, plus give you loads of hints and tips along the way. Your model for the day will be a full-time professional model who will be one of the UK's top art-nude models who works with John on a regular basis and is used to modelling at his training sessions. The model will be able to help and offer advice from a model's perspective which is invaluable to know what it's like on the other side of the camera. What to bring: A camera that can be put into Manual Mode and has a hotshoe. A lens that covers a range of around 24-70mm, memory cards, spare batteries. A laptop is entirely optional. We have Wi-Fi and a hard-wired internet connection in the studio.
Posted 30 April 2014
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