Dallas Center for Photography’s 2-day lighting workshop will help you increase the impact and production quality of your images whether you’re building a professional career in photography or just love to shoot recreationally.
We’ll start with an overview of the concepts and hardware of studio lighting. Over two days, together we’ll build and use different lighting setups from simple and clean limbo lighting to more elaborate setups. You’ll learn how and why to lean toward a certain lighting style and then have a chance to build it, shoot it and review the images. What you learn here could be applied to both still photography and video/film production.
Instructor Steve McWilliams has over 30 years in film production and media creation and is known for his depth of knowledge and willingness to share his experience with others. He was a top selling contributor to Getty Images in both still and motion collections and ran a successful still portrait business with an emphasis on high quality images and deft retouching. Steve also has a well known MacGyver-like skill for solving on-set challenges with inventive trickery and hacks.
When: September 10-11, 2016 9a-5p
Where: Dallas Center for Photography, 4756 Algiers St, 75207
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