Lou Freeman's Workshops: Conceptual Portrait and Fashion Lighting (Oct. 2017)
Lou Freeman's Conceptual Portraiture & Fashion Lighting Workshop
Lou Freeman's Conceptual Portrait and Fashion Lighting (Oct. 2017)
2.5 days shoot program
Oct. 20,21,22, 2017
Hwy 515 South
Blue Ridge, Ga.30513
(6 miles south of Blue Ridge on 515)
Time: 9:00am - 6:00pm both days; 1-hour lunch break per day.
Supplies Fee: $99.00, included in Tuition.
Fee includes Models, make up, sets, styling, props, studio and location settings.
Class limit: 10
Class is subject to change if minimum class is not signed up.
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In this hands-on workshop, students will embark on the process of developing an entirely new and more complex eye for conceptual art photography lighting, design and style.
Students will embark on the process of learning and interacting with lighting solutions for Conceptual Portrait Photography. Natural light and studio lighting will be discussed fully in class, as well as how to amend your lighting to achieve stunning results both in-studio and on location.
This workshop is a 2.5 day workshop, with check-in between 8:30 and 9 AM and finishes on day 2.5 with
Portfolio Not Required.
Learn how to choose the best lighting possible for the situation at hand. The students will photograph subjects and work hands-on with lighting and ambient light tools to enhance their photographic portrait skills.
This class is designed for anyone wishing to create more conceptual portraits for personal or professional level photography needs. To gain the best results from this workshop, we suggest that students have an understanding of their camera, F-stop, shutter speed, and have processed their images through Lightroom or Photoshop.
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