Date(s) - 28/11/2017
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Norwich city centre
Night Fashion in the City
Stretch your skills and learn how to create exciting, moody fashion photos. Our night fashion photography workshops have been an annual feature for several years now. They have equipped professional wedding photographers with new skills and ideas as well as being a fun night out. We will look at the challenges of working with mixed artificial light, both ambient and flash. Find out how to use flash gels to balance light sources and add extra colour to your fashion and portrait photography.
The beautiful city of Norwich will be our backdrop for the evening. The city lights will help to create the mood as well as provide challenges to how we balance the colour and intensity of our light. This is a great time of year for this type of shoot as the Norwich Christmas lights will already be switched on – creating even more interesting lighting for us.
We will be working with a high quality local model to ensure that you get good results. You will need a fast wide aperture lens for this workshop. Night fashion is generally shot using a prime lens around f/1.8. A 50mm or 85mm lens would be ideal. You will need to be able to set aperture, shutter speed and ISO manually. Some experience of portrait and/or fashion photography is needed prior to attending the night fashion workshop. It is not suitable for beginners.
Our group will be kept small to ensure plenty of shooting time for everyone. This is an opportunity to learn about lighting and camera skills, not just to take some nice photos for your portfolio. You will be adding tricks to your skillset that you can use either to further your hobby or your career as a professional photographer. Your tutor has extensive experience in photography training and has trained many local professional photographers.
Join us for this special workshop and create images that will help you stand out from the crowd. Don’t miss out – only a handful of places are available. This will be the last time this workshop happens in 2017. Our model for the evening will be Christie Jade Boyce (see her portfolio on Instagram).
Bookings are closed for this event.