About the Intermediate Photography Workshop
If you understand the basics of Photography, Composition, and Exposure, and want to take your photography to the next level, then this in-depth Intermediate Photography Workshop is perfect for you. There will be an hour demo talk from Industry professionals who will touch on lighting, post production and using your gear to its optimal potential.
The workshop will start at a studio at 10am with a demo talk. After the demo talk, everyone will be divided into three groups. There will be 3 stations. Each station will have a professional model, with professional hair and makeup done, an elaborate set up, different lighting scenarios and professionals to help assist you.
With this workshop we really want to focus on that hands on experience, so each photographer will not only be able to shoot at each station with the different lighting scenarios, but also will have a opportunity to touch and play with the lights and direct other fellow photographers how to focus the light. This will not only teach you how to give direction and see how lighting works on a model, but it will also teach you how to handle the lights.
There will then be a small lunch break, and then each photographer will need to find their way through to the next on location where the focus will be dealing with natural lighting and surroundings.
The Intermediate Photography Workshop is presented by DT Sales, an online Photography and Film Gear Store and TTL Photography who are Sony ambassadors and well-respected photographers.
Key Aspects for the Workshop
- We will guide you through using your gear to its optimal potential
- Detailed lighting effects
- Learn how to use flash, studio lights and reflector
- Brief explanation about the important of post production and screen calibration
- Focusing and Depth of Field
- Creative Lighting Techniques
- Visual Composition | Practical Shoot
CostR4,200 per person. (Payment plan can be arranged. Email email@example.com)
Wednesday 25th September 2019
The workshop is from 10am until 5pm. The first hour will be talking about using the gear you have to its optimal potential, lighting techniques, and post production. Then you will be divided into 3 groups at a station with a model and an instructor to help guide you. After a light lunch is provided we will head to our next location
You will need a Digital Camera, Lens, and Card
If you’re in the process of buying a camera we strongly recommend that you be in contact with one of our sales consultants first who can help steer you in the right direction.