Studio Lighting 101 | One-day workshop | Sunday 5 March 2017 (one spot available)
(Image: Greg Stoodley)
Studio Lighting 101 | One-day workshop
Learn how to set up and position PhotoAccess’ Bowens studio lighting kit for portraits and still life photography. Participants will also learn how to use a light meter to determine the settings for the lights and their camera. This workshop has a maximum of six participants to ensure all students are able to wholly engage with the equipment.
Greg Stoodley - Greg finished his photographic studies at CIT in 2014 earning the highest overall achievement, since then he has earned a contract at the Royal Australian Mint to photograph their collection, and works commercially throughout the region photographing dancing, weddings, sport and more. Over the past two years Greg has been a finalist in the AIPP’s emerging photographer of the year for the ACT.
What to bring?
Your own camera (Digital SLR camera or mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera) with PC-socket (flash sync), memory card and charged batteries. Tripod optional. Lunch not provided. Don't have a suitable Camera? PhotoAccess has one 2016 model Canon 700D digital SLR camera (with 18-55mm lens and 85-250mm lens) available for loan to members. A 12 months subscription costs $50 per year. Maximum loan period three days at a time.
Sunday 5 March 2017, 11am-4pm (includes half-an-hour break for lunch)
$250 (for current PhotoAccess members and includes a 12 month subscription to borrow PhotoAccess’ Bowens studio lighting kit available to members)
$285 (including 12 months membership of PhotoAccess and a 12 month subscription to borrow PhotoAccess’ Bowens studio lighting kit available to members)
Sign-up to this workshop with a friend and save $10 each conditions apply
Maximum participants: 6 (one spot available)
Who is this class for? Beginners. No prior experience is necessary, though completion of Camera Skills five-week course (or equivalent) is recommended.