Take Control of the Light


Light Control Comparison Advert

As a working Event Photographer I have so many lighting challenges that I face that I need many different lights and so have ended up with half a dozen studio lights, various battery lights and a handful of flashguns and then to trigger them I carry 3 trigger set ups with duplicates in case of issues and a mountain of cables to make them work with the different lights.

I always wanted a set up that would allow me to light all things big and small, be equally at home indoors or outdoors and never need to change the trigger system i.e. a family of lights, well that day has now arrived and I have the lights that put me in control.

Achieving results like this as photographed by Brian Muir can be made far easier if you understand the techniques and equipment required, you might be surprised how close you already are to being able to do this!
Our one day workshop will show you the techniques, how to configure the lights and then importantly you will have the opportunity to put this into practice with a model on the day. Mike Weeks will show the various techniques that can be used to mix ambient and flash light. Photographer Brian Muir, known for his location photography where he fully controls flash and ambient light, will be demonstrating how he lights and poses poses his subjects and then will guide attendees through creating their own images.

The day will run as follows;

09.30 Registration
10.00 Overpowering the daylight/ambient light theory and techniques
11.30 Break
12.00 Lighting demonstration
13.00 Lunch
13.30 Putting it in to practice part 1
14.45 Break
15.00 Putting it in to practice part 2
16.00 Questions and Answers

By the end of the day you will have all the knowledge to create stunning portraits for your clients.

To Book for London 21st June
To Book for Midlands 22nd June
To Book for Northern England 23rd June

The cost of the workshop is £95 and will include a working lunch and refreshments

photomart-logo-We are pleased to announce that the sponsors of the event, Photomart will be giving all attendees a voucher for £50 against purchases of lighting equipment over £200 – their range of Godox lights includes the AD360 and the AD600 both of which will be demonstrated and available for use during the day.