This year I’ll be hosting a few photography workshops in Winnipeg for beginner to intermediate photographers who are looking to learn some new techniques. I hosted the first workshop last month and I’m excited to be adding a new date in March for the next one.
Have you ever found yourself in your clients’ homes where the windows weren’t letting in enough natural light? Or have you ever been frustrated with not being able to take bright, crisp and engaging family portraits because of tough lighting conditions or your lack of inspiration for directing and posing people?
In this next workshop, I’ll be covering what you need to know about directing families with confidence and engaging your subjects so that you get authentic and natural portraits. I’ll be talking about natural light and what you can do in camera to ensure that your photos are properly exposed, crisp and sharp, without compromising true colour or skin tone.
We’ll have a real family in studio so that we can apply the techniques I’ll be teaching and so that you can practice on the spot.
I’ll also be teaching on how to introduce artificial light in your natural light portraits so that you get better exposure and tonal range. It’s super important to me that artificial light looks natural, and undetectable as much as possible, so I’ll also be sharing some tips and tricks on how to manage your off-camera flash for best results.
The workshop will be held on Saturday March 21st from 1pm – 3pm at a studio in downtown Winnipeg. Spots are limited – please e-mail me to book your spot or to get more information.