Lighting 201: In the Studio
Once photography using your flash feels comfortable, the next degree of creative freedom can be found in the studio. A studio is any location where you control the light exposing your subject. Studio lighting either using Studio strobes or your Speedlites with modifiers adds a new dimension to your ability to control the light. You can change coloring, depth and effect easily, all by the placement of the light and the modifiers that you use. In this class we will begin discussing:
- Using strobes as opposed to flashes
- Radio frequency triggering
- Eliminating ambient exposure
- Key light placement
- Fill lights, hair lights, background lights
We hope you join us for a fun evening discussing lights, light placement, and how to maximize your creativity in portraiture.
This class will be recorded and available to attendees for up to 7 days
About Your Instructor: Joe Klocek
Joe Klocek has worked in the photographic industry as a photographer, salesman, and instructor since 2005. Today he teaches courses on a variety of topics, including macro, wildlife, exposure theory, videography, and studio lighting. In the past few years he has been a guest speaker for photographic societies and travel expositions. He lives in Denver with his wife, son, and unmanageable book collection. You can find him at the Park Meadows store.