Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Date: 7 April 2018 (Saturday)
Time: 3.30pm – 5.30pm
Instructors: Seng Mah and Paul Richardson
Maximum participants: 10
Come and discover some of the best locations for natural light portraiture in Fremantle, while learning how to work your camera settings and maximise the use of your lenses to obtain stunning natural light portraits outdoors. This two-hour workshop/shoot is totally hands-on as you will be shooting with our gorgeous model. Learn how to best utilise locations, look for the light and to trouble shoot location lighting problems.
You’ll come away with great images along with a bevy of tips and techniques to take your natural light portraiture to the next level.
This event is limited to 10 photographers.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
- Controlling subject to background depth of field in portraiture to best obtain sharp faces and soft backgrounds.
- Looking for light and posing your subject for the light.
- Controlling light on subject vs background light.
- Using longer focal lengths to control the way you frame portraits.
- Using reflectors and reflective surfaces to help control shadows.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED
- Your interchangeable lens camera (this workshop/shoot is suitable only for users of DSLRs and Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Cameras).
- Lenses in the focal length vicinity of 50mm – 200mm. Fast lenses that can open up to f4.0, f2.8 or f1.8 are preferred.
- Prime lenses in the 50 – 135mm range are suitable.
- Sunscreen, hat, water and good walking shoes.
If you’ve ever dreamed of taking great outdoor portraits, then don’t miss this workshop!
RESERVE YOUR PLACE
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