Taking portraits outdoors may seem tricky, but all it takes is the right camera settings and supplementary lighting set-up. Outdoor photography develops a lot of creative possibilities as you explore the positives of natural and strobe light outdoors.
This 2-hour workshop will begin with an introduction to outdoor photography lighting and how to set up your camera. And since lighting techniques are best demonstrated with an actual human subject, you will have the chance to build up your own lighting setup and photograph a live model.
Students must bring their own DSLR camera, lenses (50 mm or higher is recommended), fully charged batteries, memory cards, and a notebook & pen to take notes.
Pre-requisite: This workshop requires you to have a good understanding of manual exposure. If you do not have a good grasp of the manual cam settings, it is recommended that you attend the Photography 102 before attending this workshop.
This workshop will cover:
- Outdoor lighting terminology
- Lighting equipment
- Strobe lighting
- Speed-lights & Light modifiers (umbrellas, soft-boxes, etc.)
- Camera settings for outdoor lighting
- Light metering
- Cable and wireless sync for strobes
- Outdoor lighting white balance
- Light setups for 1, 2, and 3 light portraits
- Lighting tips & tricks
- Students must bring their own DSLR camera, lenses (50 mm or higher is recommended), fully charged batteries, memory cards, and a notebook & pen to take notes
- Professional model will be present during the class; complete lighting equipment will be provided for demonstration
All sessions are valid for 30 days upon booking
10 and older
- This class can also be taken 1-on-1 after coordinating with the instructor
Office# 1704, ADCP Business Tower C
Behind Honda Showroom - Zayed The First St