Studio Lighting - A Fashion Photography Masterclass with John Clements
Friday 8th February, 10:30am-4:00pm
For any photographer, controlling light is the key to capturing the best images in fashion. In this masterclass, John Clements will teach you how to get the best out of your lighting gear, so you never miss that shot again. Join us for a hands-on look at fashion photography.
John will take you through studio work step-by-step to explore how good studio lighting skills can elevate your work. From getting started to more advanced skills, John will show you how to produce traditional and cutting edge fashion imagery.
You will need:
-Your DSLR/Mirrorless Camera
- Memory Card and Batteries
- 85mm Lens
Although we will focus on studio photography, we may also venture outside to look at how this affects the lighting used.
Some key areas covered include:
• Understanding studio flash lighting.
• Camera settings for studio lighting.
• Using a flash meter for simple and advanced studio lighting arrangements.
• A practical guide to using popular light shaping accessories for fashion photography.
• Continuous or repetitive use of lighting.
• Styles of photography using lighting
• Posing & composition.
• Creating male and female fashion imagery.
Timings of the day:
Morning session start: 10:30am
Afternoon Session start: 1:30 pm
Finish: 4:00 pm
A working professional photographer, John’s client list includes the corporate world to the Great British Public. His combined technical and creative skills have been the foundation.
With respected technical expertise, he was also Nikon UK’s ‘Advisor of Photography’ for a number of years, a respected and privileged position. And continues to work with a number of imaging companies as a consultant, ambassador and educator.
Author of over a dozen books, and a sought after experienced presenter, John’s workshops and seminars excite and inspire, due to his concise, but amenable style.
His events draw on his combined real-world photography experiences, from his extensive technical background, too his creative eye-catching photography.