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December 19th, 2018 7AM PST / 10AM EST
Tune into a new episode of Digital Classroom LIVE with Frank Doorhof.
“White Winter Wonderland with a Twist!
Shooting whites, but still want detail? Or shooting with white lights, like LED or alternative light sources? And getting the right exposure? In this episode Frank will show you how to meter light correctly so you get the perfect shot and don’t have to fix it in photoshop, well maybe a little. With Model and stylist Nadine Stephan, it is guaranteed that you’ll see great images and if Frank shoots it right also a lot of detail in her layers of clothes. We will show you how we step-by-step built a set creating a winter wonderland. No wet snow involved!
Frank will also show how to retouch your shots. You’ll see the complete workflow from shooting tethered and making the final selection, retouching with or without plugins till backup. In between Franks tells you about the importance of calibration and using a calibrated monitor.
And the best thing is you can talk to Frank and the crew LIVE in the chat on YouTube or Facebook. Ask anything you want to know about this topic of model photography
Learn all about the light meter, but also about creativity in this wonderful episodeSend in your storytelling pictures and Frank and Martin will critique them. Mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org
December 1st, 2018 in Los Angeles, CA - Sponsored by Samy's Camera
Photography has always been an important part of presenting the latest designs in fashion. This workshop series given by Gregg Cobarr explores how fashion can be presented using a unique approach – the clothes are just one part of the entire equation, not the entire visual content. Attendees will come away with a different understanding of what is possible in fashion photography and how rules are made to be broken.
In this nighttime, location workshop, attendees will be encouraged to develop their own style and at the same time, learn techniques of photographing fashion in a variety of settings using an urban environment. This workshop will pay close attention on how to work with models in very specific types of settings, utilizing the many variables of both available and professional, battery operated lighting during nighttime and experiment with the unique visual ideas that only nighttime can offer.
December 13th, 2018 at the B&H Event Space in New York, NY
If you’re a photographer whose either on a budget or loves working with a small kit, this is the class for you. Learn how to create stunning images with a kit that easily fits into a small backpack.
January 12th, 2019 in Santa Ana, CA - Sponsored by Samy's Camera
This course is designed to teach you skills to be able to adjust quickly in a variety of shooting situations most commonly found while photographing either for personal work or on assignment.
You will learn and apply how to constantly change, while shooting, four very important elements: aperture, shutter speed, ISO and white balance – to create a different look and feel of your photos. These changes will be made while you’re shooting so that you can easily adapt to a variety of lighting situations, changing scenes outdoors, as well as different locations with a model.
Making spontaneous, creative and intuitive decisions are important keys to becoming more proficient as a photographer and at the same time being able to have complete control over your images. This course will take place in the classroom, then proceed outside for hands on guided instruction. A model will be provided.