"Studio Orientation and Lighting Technique" Workshop:
Get to know your way around our equipment and learn how to control light to get a particular result with every exposure. We want you to feel confident in using the studio amenities for a great experience every time you choose to shoot here.
$50 to attend this workshop and all in attendance receive a Free Hour of Studio and Light Rental on any future date.
Please Contact Us with any questions or to request a date that suits you best. firstname.lastname@example.org or 727-755-1873
$50 per seat and qty may be added at checkout.
Good lighting is key for any studio photographer to have success. Below we've listed some simple tips for set up of lighting and gear.
Photographers have a style in their work flow that fits the type of photos they shoot and their personality. Work flow and time management is essential here because studio time is expensive for clients, so it is important to maximize your set up times value and arrange your shoot area for easy access to all equipment needed for the shoot.
-Make sure the studio is clean.
This sounds obvious right? Dust not only damages your sensitive equipment but it gives a bad impression to clients to see a messy studio.
-Plan the shoot in advance.
Make sure you discuss with the client their needs so you can plan what you need for the shoot.
-Arrange the initial light set up before the client arrives.
Set fill lights and reflectors close to the shooting area. Arrange all cameras and lenses to be used on a table close to the work area.
-Have all memory cards handy.
Verify you have enough space for the session and a backup will be a good idea as well.
-Know the Style of Light
It is important to decide the lighting style to use for portraits in advance, whether you know how to achieve it yet or not, and let us know when you book, so we can begin this setup process.