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Night Fashion Photography Workshop in Norwich

Date/Time
Date(s) - 23/11/2015
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Location
Norwich city centre

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Molly-1Our Night Fashion Photography Workshop is suitable for those who want to take their portrait photography skills further. If you are an aspiring professional photographer or an experienced hobbyist you will find this a great opportunity to add some more unusual images to your portfolio. You won’t simply be taking set images. Your tutor will help you to develop the skills to create your own masterpieces. We will explore mixing ambient light with flash. You will learn about flash gels for balancing light and adding colour. We will be working with an experienced, high quality local model. Molly (see black & white image) has had various images published and can create strong poses for you. Molly will be having her make-up done by a professional make-up artist (Charlie Long). Your tutor is international multiple award-winning professional Joe Lenton, who specialises in outdoor photography.

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The beautiful city of Norwich will provide our backgrounds. Our Night Fashion Photography Workshop will be taking place once the Christmas lights have been switched on in the city centre. So, there will be opportunities to use the colours and lights in your images. The group size is strictly limited to enable everyone to get plenty of time taking photos and to have time with the tutor. You will need to bring a camera that can be set up manually (e.g. a DSLR or mirrorless system camera). You will need to know how to adjust aperture, ISO and shutter speed. If you have never used lights before, you would benefit from doing our studio photography workshop first to deepen your understanding. To make the most of the workshop we suggest that you have at least one fast portrait lens. So, a 50mm f/1.8, for example, would be better than a zoom lens. If you have a flashgun (speedlight) then do bring that along, including any gels you have for it. A remote trigger may also be useful if you have one. We will supply flashguns to use on the night. Our triggers and flashes will operate TTL with Nikon only, all other makes would be on manual. If you have any queries about equipment, etc., please do get in touch.

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