Date: Sunday 27th May 2018
Time: 10am - 5pm
Location: The Tram House, London
Maximum of 12 attendees
I’m delighted to be hosting my second group photographic workshop teaching you all of my tips and tricks for achieving amazing results using ‘off camera flash’. If you’ve never used flash before or you’re just keen to learn more about how to use flash creatively then this is the class for you.
I have hired a lovely vintage venue in London for us to shoot in which suits the style of photography I typically love working in. We will be joined by 2 models in various outfits which you’ll have a chance to shoot with during the day so you’ll have a variety of images to take away with you and show off to your friends and family.
So if you enjoy shooting portraits and want to learn how I shoot photos when I go abroad or when I work with clients then please come along; it should be a really fun and informative day.
The venue I have chosen is The Tram House near Clapton rail station http://thetram.house
Our 2 models are Kejhana Evans (model on poster) and Pip Hersee and my assistant for the day will the be Alex Benyon.
Once you have booked, I will email you a confirmation of your slot.
The workshop will include:
> Demonstrations through the day of my thought process when setting up a shot
>Breaking down lighting set ups and understand how ling works
>Shooting with both models through the day
>6 people per model
>The ability to experiment and try your own ideas in the space provided
WHERE IS THE WORKSHOP?
The workshop will take place at The Tram House Film & Photography Studio in Clapton
38 - 40 Upper Clapton Road Hackney, London, E5 8BQ. 2 minutes walk from the station.
IS THERE PARKING?
There is on street parking outside the courtyard but this is first come first serve.
Alternatively, you can use the 'Just Park' app I use all the time to find cheap parking spaces close by.
WHATS THE CLOSEST TRAIN STATION?
The Closest rail station is Clapton, approximately 2-minute walk away
WHO ARE THE MODELS?
Kejahna Evans, and Pip Hersee are set to be our models. Please be aware that out my control, models are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.
WHAT TIME DOES THE WORKSHOP START?
The workshop will start at 10am but please aim to arrive at 9:45 for a prompt start and will last 7 hours including time eat lunch
IS A LUNCH INCLUDED?
Lunch Is not included so please bring your own but tea, coffee and water will be provided.
IS THE WORKSHOP SUITABLE FOR THOSE WITH DISABILITIES?
Regretfully the venue is up a flight of stairs with no access to an elevator.
WILL I GET ONE TO ONE TIME TO SHOOT WITH THE MODELS?
You will be working in groups of up to 6 people so you will have plenty of time to shoot with each model and flex your creative muscles.
WHAT EXACTLY DO I NEED TO BRING?
All you need to bring with you is your DSLR and something to eat and drink for lunch (tea, coffee and water will be provided). You also need to make sure your DSLR or mirrorless camera has a stanadrd hot shoe mount so you can use the radio triggers to fire the flash. If you are unsure, please contact me before booking. The triggers and modifiers will be provided. To get the best out of this workshop please make sure you have
Your camera has a standard hot shoe for the triggers (this is important)
Plenty of space on your memory cards
Plan your route carefully and try not to be late as we will start promptly at 10
Have fun! This is the place to try something new to use in your next personal project
WHAT KIND OF PHOTOGRAPHY WILL BE COVERED?
This is a portrait workshop and we’ll be using flash to create both beauty and dramatic portraits but feel free to be as conceptual as you want with what you have available. There’s plenty of props for your models sit at or lean against.
WHAT IF I’VE PAID BUT CAN NO LONGER ATTEND?
Bookings will only be refunded if I can find a replacement for your slot
CAN I CONTACT YOU WITH ANY QUESTIONS?
Absolutely, you can contact me via email at email@example.com or for on the day concerns via mobile at 07921803997.
Last years Workshop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIgNkdF09lk&t