Studio Photography

Have you ever wanted to use a photo studio and studio lights to take more considered professional pictures? If so then this is the course for you. It is designed for students that are already familiar with the basics of photography who wish to advance their practice by learning the fundamentals of studio photography...

Taught by: Jet.

Description

Have you ever wanted to use a photo studio and studio lights to take more considered professional pictures? If so then this is the course for you. It is designed for students that are already familiar with the basics of photography who wish to advance their practice by learning the fundamentals of studio photography. Students will be introduced to the different studio lights commonly used in most professional studios and learn how to manipulate light using various techniques to achieve creative results.

This is a mainly practical course where students will be given a different brief each day. After a slide show and demonstration, students will use the studios and equipment to create their own shots with an informal review and discussion at the end of each day. the main focus of this course is to enable each student to familiarise themselves with the studio, gaining experience and confidence which will benefit and improve their overall photography skills and knowledge.

This course is suitable for people who already have a basic knowledge and understanding of photography and camera.

Tutor information

Jet studied at Glasgow School of Art. Assisted various artists and photographers including Wolfgang Tillmans and Rankin. Shoots commercially for editorial and design companies. Exhibits in group shows and one solo show at 1,0000mph project space. Currently working for Central St.Martins photography department.

Materials

Please bring to the first session:

  • Digital SLR camera


Details for booking

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