Lighting photography workshops focus on various methods to control the lighting of an image (e.g. strobe, flash, natural lighting).

Details: Old Car City is the world’s largest classic car junkyard. This location is the perfect place to photograph classic American cars that have been aged with roots, rust and time. Students will use  ambient light as well as speed lights and gels to create really unique photos. What you will learn on this workshop: Composition Developing your creativity; self assignments to explore your vision HDR techniques; in Lightroom and using third party software Tone mapping the right way Lightroom; the ten steps you need to do to every image Maximizing…

Learning to see light in a northlight studio will change the way you look at things. This two-day workshop held at Andrew French’s studio in Union Square, NYC includes instruction, demos and a full afternoon of shooting models and discovering this classic light on your own. The workshop takes place on Saturday and Sunday from 10am-4pm.

As a photojournalist you only have a short amount of time before your subject is done, due to any number of reasons. I have put together my own simple method of using multiple light sources with speed, without giving up on quality. During this class you will use multiple lights to light a room and subject. You’ll learn how to over-light your subject to overpower the sun when outdoors. We will be using  on/off camera flash, scrims, reflectors and soft boxes, enhancing your ability to direct light on your subject.…