Back in the depths of winter a group of friends and myself descended on Imagist studios near Bristol for a lighting ideas development session. We photographed a very cold Vanessa, our model. The studio was just above freezing hence the electric heater giving off the warm orange glow. I asked ace cameraman Simon Tagney to film the proceedings and here is nearly 8 minutes of the resulting movie.
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If you want to join me on my next foundation studio lighting workshop, not just for 8 minutes but for a full day, you can see the details and reserve your place here. The next available session is on Wednesday 1st July (so it will be warm). We will be using lighting kit supplied by Broncolor and we will have 2 lighting set ups, 2 professional models, a make up artist and a ratio of just 4 shooters per model to ensure everyone gets the shots.
I call it a foundation workshop because we get back to basics but we don’t leave it there. By the end of the day we will have shot complicated lighting set ups and you will have the knowledge to recreate and tweak them to suit your style. My goal is to share with you the knowledge and skills needed to make masterful images. Workshop delegates will receive Simon’s full 20 minute movie in HD.