November 10 @ 10:30 am - 4:30 pm£85
Date: 10 November 2018
Time: 10:30am – 4:30pm
Getting the right quality of light is essential in developing your style or creating the look desired by a client. Being able to modify the light is a key skill required by the photographer, but can be a very confusing experience, especially when confronted by so many different types of modifier (all producing very different results)
This workshop aims to give you an insight into what the common light modifiers do and how to use them to get a predictable and desirable result.
This is a fully demonstrative workshop, rather than practical, where you will view the different effects of the modifiers being used on a model.
Modifiers used will include:
- Umbrellas of various sizes and styles
- Softboxes of various sizes and styles
- Beauty dish
- Grids (used on softboxes, beauty dish, reflector)
- Barn Doors
- Gary Fong Lightsphere
The day is open to anyone aged 15 and over. It will be of particular benefit if you are new to portrait photography, or perhaps have not yet explored how modifying the light will benefit your work.
Places are limited, therefore early booking is recommended.