The Art in Capturing Tasteful, Evocative, and Sexy Imagery
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Explore the techniques to capture and create tasteful, evocative images. This workshop is designed to teach you about, and give you practice creating exciting boudoir photography images.
What You’ll Learn
You’ll explore ways to create sexy images with subtlety, where a suggestion is all it takes to be evocative. Your instructor Joe will lead you through the following techniques during the lecture and shooting workshop:
Depth of Field
Cropping for better images
Using reflections to your advantage
How shadows and silhouettes can be used in an evocative way.
Constant lights vs strobes vs available light and how to use all 3 to complement your subject.
Day 1 Lecture & Workshop
This first session will focus on discussing the elements that make up an evocative image. Joe will give a lecture and go over various tips and techniques with the group. Then you’ll get to put your skills into action with a hands-on shooting workshop with 2 boudoir models!
The lecture and shooting workshop will both take place at our Mike’s Camera in Boulder. We will have 2 studio set-ups on our third floor exclusively for the shooting portion of this class. You’ll be able to work with a mix of different lighting set-ups including constant lights and strobes.
Day 2 Follow Up Critique
Wrap up the workshop with a fun and rewarding critique with your images from Sunday’s shoot! The group will share techniques that really worked and also talk about how the images can be improved. The whole group will work together giving and receiving positive and informative feedback.
Date, Time & Location
New Dates Coming Soon!
$139, plus Eventbrite online processing fee
Three FREE 12x18-inch prints for Critique Session “show & tell” that can be ordered from the Online Photo Center
Max Class Size
Due to the hands-on nature of this workshop, class size is limited to 15 people.
What to Bring
Bring your camera along with a fully charged battery and memory cards. We suggest that if you have a tripod and/or flash to bring those as well.
About your Instructor
Joe Klocek has worked in the photographic industry as a photographer, salesman, and instructor since 2005. He has taught classes on studio lighting, lens variety and usage, exposure technique, macro, sports, and vacation photography. He lives in Denver with his fiancée, dog, and unmanageable book collection.
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