-While covering many light sources, this workshop is intended to show how “big results can be achieved with little gear” It concentrates on principals, rather than a specific light source.
-Preparing and setting up lights for classical portraits.
-Using single and multiple lights. When to use light modifiers. Lighting ratios to control the subject and the background.
-Tips and tricks for posing people.
-Gain competence with hands on experience.
-Effective Interaction with your subjects
-This workshop will provide you with the tools and knowledge you need to create a variety of interesting well executed portraits.
-After this workshop you will be prepared to make great images of family, friends and strangers and approach portraiture with more confidence and skill.
-Gain experience before moving onto more advanced posing techniques.
Who should attend
-SLR photographers who are keen to take better portrait’s and have some experience with manual camera settings.
-This workshop will use portraiture to teach the basics of lighting before moving onto more venturesome full figure photography.
What to bring
-An SLR camera with manual capability. Optional equipment include, flash, triggers, tripods.
I wanted to restrict the number of participants to 10 as this was more of a hands on experience, would have been difficult to explain off camera lighting techniques to a large number of participants.
All in all it was an amazing day with a lot of positive feedback from the participants.
Special Thanks to: Vinayak Talukar, Prasad Parmaj, Uday from All About Belgaum and Navin Patil for the awesome location.