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Wex Workshop: On Location Fashion Photography with Andy Hoang and Fujifilm X SeriesWex Workshop: On Location Fashion Photography with Andy Hoang and Fujifilm X Series

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Wex Workshop: On Location Fashion Photography with Andy Hoang and Fujifilm X Series

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Wex Workshop: On Location Fashion Photography with Andy Hoang and Fujifilm X Series.
Thursday 12th July, 10:30am - 4:30pm
£59 including light lunch (provided)


This workshop will help you learn how to photograph fashion photography without a studio to work in, and will improve your shooting on location. You will also learn more about the Fujifilm X Series alongside hints and tips when using the Profoto gear.

Schedule for the day:

10am: Meeting at Wex Photo Video Birmingham for introduction, demonstration and camera set up.

10:30am: Move to location one with model. Set up of Profoto B2 Kit for fill lighting. Demonstration of the best approach to shooting. Opportunity to shoot for your portfolios

1pm: Lunch

2pm: Move to location two with model. Set up of Profoto B2 Kit for fill lighting. Demonstration of the best approach to shooting. Opportunity to shoot for your portfolios

3:15pm: Head back to Wex Photo Video to critique and review your images from the day.

Andy Hoang will be on hand all day to assist you in taking photos and help you develop your techniques to get those crucial portfolios shots.

Fujifilm will be providing cameras for all attendees. This workshop it directed at people looking to expand their fashion portfolios outside of a studio environment.

You will need:
- Memory Cards
- Your ticket
- Tripod (Optional)

We look forward to seeing you there.

Speaker

Andy Hoang

Andy Hoang

Andy Hoang is a London based Vietnamese British fashion and commercial photographer who specialises in studio lighting. Inspired by edgy, sleek and glossy styles such as old school grunge to modern couture, he has been published on the front covers of magazines from London to New York as well as working with brands nationwide. Having used various systems such as Hasselblad and Canon, he has now converted to shooting with Fujifilm X-H1 and Fujifilm GFX 50S systems.