Next workshop: Saturday 11th March, 2023.
There is a maximum of 4 places on the workshop, and it is run several times per year.
This workshop can be run to order if you have an interested group of photographers.
10.30am-4.30pm at Courtenay Studios, 37 Courtenay Place, Wellington.
Workshop places limited to 4 (will run with 3).
Please contact James Gilberd now to register your interest in this workshop. Numbers are restricted to four people on each workshop, so you get plenty of opportunity to get your hands on the lighting gear, and to make sure we get to cover what interests you. This is a practical workshop, not a mere demonstration!
Cost: $240.00 including GST
A deposit of $80.00 is required to confirm your place on this workshop. See Conditions
Please book early to avoid missing out on a place. Also, if the timing doesn't suit you, please email me anyway. We have run this same workshop over two weeknights as an alternative. The workshop can also be run on demand for special interest groups.
All Photocourse NZ tutors are double-vaccinated and boosted against Covid-19.
The studio lighting workshop, tutored by James Gilberd, is aimed at people with a basic to intermediate knowledge of photography who are looking to become more professional and potentially earn an income from their photography, or who want to extend their creativity.
Understanding lighting concepts will also improve your general photography, indoors or out, through gaining a deeper understanding of how light works in any photographic environment or situation. Potentially, once you get the concept of using lighting to improve your photographs, the understanding can be applied anywhere, making the whole outside world effectively your studio.
If you're not a photographer, but maybe an art director or designer, you may find this workshop very helpful. You will better understand the photography and lighting side of things, and the terminology and working processes of professional photographers.
Bring along your own camera. Tripods are available.
Film cameras: you're welcome to shoot film during the workshop, but a digital camera is still a useful tool for assessing lighting and exposure prior to shooting film.
Compact digital cameras: these are not the usual choice for studio shooting, but can be used if: