I just wanted to let you know about two online teaching opportunities I have next week. I hope you can join me for one or both.
Working on a busy set with a large crew and lighting can overwhelm the most experienced of photographers. In these two upcoming trainings, I’ll cover two aspects that will make your work go more smoothly: lighting and workflow.
Details are below.
Monday, I’m teaching a free online Creative Live class this Monday, October 26th called Lighting for Your Target Audience from 9-12pm PST (if you’re in Seattle, you can RSVP to join the live audience).
I’ll be talking about how to light for your target audience while staying focused on delivering your best images.
Before you pull lights and modifiers for a shoot, an important question to ask is, “who am I lighting for?”
When you know who your target audience is and what they are looking for you, can develop a successful lighting strategy.
Tuesday, Eyefi is partnering with me to host a webinar in which I describe my workflow. It’s called Workflow for Photographers: Favorite Gear and Workflow Strategies.
It’s October 27th at 11am PST/2pm EST and I’m going to talk about my favorite gear and how it fits into my workflow.
When I’m on a shoot, my goal as a photographer is to create a calm environment that frees me up experiment creatively. I’ve found some gear that helps me do that. I’ll detail the process as well in this 30-minute discussion followed by a 20-minute Q&A.
I’ll talk about the workflow from camera to file processing, including the equipment I shoot with and the consistency and peace of mind it creates on set.
I’ll also be sharing some details about photographing the Pope recently. Several of you have asked me about that, and I’m excited to talk about how the Eyefi gear literally changed what I was able to do on that trip.
There’s only space for 1,000 to join the webinar live, and we’re already are halfway to that mark. Register and don’t miss it!