During a studio lighting workshop, participants will learn about different types of lighting equipment, including strobe lights, continuous lights, and reflectors. They will also learn how to control light using various modifiers, such as softboxes, umbrellas, and beauty dishes.
Participants will also learn about different lighting setups and techniques, such as key, fill, and back lighting, as well as how to create different moods and effects using color gels and light shaping tools.
In addition to learning about the technical aspects of studio lighting, participants will also have the opportunity to practice their skills through hands-on exercises and assignments. This may include working with models or still life subjects to create a variety of lighting setups and test different techniques.
Overall, a studio lighting workshop is a great opportunity for photographers to learn from experienced professionals and practice their skills in a controlled environment. It is a great way to improve the overall quality of your photographs and take your photography to the next level.
Students must bring their own DSLR camera, lenses (50mm or higher is recommended), fully charged batteries, memory cards, and a notebook & pen to take notes.
If you do not have a good grasp of the manual DSLR settings, it is recommended that you attend the Photography 102 before attending this workshop.