Aaron has worked as a commercial photographer for nearly two decades, specialising in fashion, beauty and portraiture (www.aaronk.nz). He has worked with a wide variety of brands and had his images published in numerous local and international publications. Aaron is also the Digital Imaging Product Specialist for Sony New Zealand.
In this Auckland workshop you will learn how to create stunning fashion and beauty images, with an emphasis on controlling ambient and artificial light sources. He will demonstrate how to use highlights and shadows to create form and emphasise areas of interest.
You'll also be given plenty of opportunities to photograph our models in six different scenarios.
- Basic lighting principles
- Camera settings
- Lens selection
- How to use studio strobes
- How to use portable flashguns
- How to use a various modifiers to shape light
- How to mix ambient and artificial light sources
- How and when to shoot tethered
- How to direct models effectively
- Set safety and etiquette
- Working with model agencies
Starting at 9.30am and after a brief introduction, Aaron will demonstrate three different lighting set ups using a tethered camera and large screen. Then everyone will get an opportunity to shoot with the models in fast rotation. This format will then be repeated in the afternoon with three more lighting set ups. We'll aim to finish by 4.30pm.
This workshop will be in Auckland on the 9th September at the Grey Lynn Library Hall, 474 Great North Road. Lunch and morning tea will be provided. The workshop will end at 4.30 pm.
The cost of this workshop is $245 A significant portion of the costs have been kindly sponsored by Sony.
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