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Studio Lighting 1 Workshop

June 10, 2018 | 11:00 am - 2:30 pm

$80

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WORKSHOPS & EXCURSION registrations are NON-REFUNDABLE . Return/Reschedule Policy

Suggest Equipment (* Required): *Camera, *Telephoto Lens (Optimal Zoom 100mm-135mm), *Charged Battery, *Memory Card, External Flash, Printout of Downloadable Notes, Pen & Paper.
Maximum Attendance: 12
Minimum Attendance: If less than 5 people have registered, this event will be cancelled and you will receive a refund.

DESCRIPTION: The Studio Lighting 1 Workshop is a 3-hour, in-studio workshop where you will learn how to setup a home studio with your external flash attachment. You will get hands-on experience setting up light stands, backgrounds, booms, softboxes, snoots, gels and wireless flash triggers. Studio lighting equipment will be discussed and multiple basic lighting plots will be demonstrated. Through these lighting demonstrations you will learn the role each light plays in the studio. You will learn how to manually manipluate your camera, flash and a hand-held light meter for full artistic lighting control. Once we have set up and discussed the equipment, we will each take turns photographing multiple light plots.

Topics Covered: Studio lighting equipment, 4-light studio plot, Backgrounds, Studio camera settings, Subject posing, Lighting effects, Measuring light & handheld meters

Details

Date:
June 10, 2018
Time:
11:00 am - 2:30 pm
Cost:
$80
Event Category:
Website:
www.everydayphotoclass.com

Organizer

Lana Kelley
Phone:
281-716-2112

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  1. i see that the class is sold out. Is there anyway for one more? Time just got a way from me. If not I understand. I should of signed up sooner.

  2. For the required Lens is it a fixed lens ?

    1. The lens does not need to be a fixed lens. Generally it is best to use a telephoto lens that lets you zoom above 50mm. The optimal focal length is between 100-135mm

  3. I’m thinking to purchase a light meter that can be used for for photography aand video. Any suggestion getting the Lumu Power Light & Color attach to iPhone or Sekonic LiteMaster Pro L-478D

    1. I think it is best to ask the sales people at Houston Camera Exchange… once you buy a hand held light meter you will likely never have to buy one again. I purchased mine a long time ago so I am unfamiliar with the options that are currently available. I own a Sekonic light meter and they are always reliable in my opinion.

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