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Develop an understanding of how each of many beautiful magazine images are made and learn how to pick these photos apart to gain that understanding.  Class location may vary in NYC.

  • Learning how to analyze a photo is the beginning step to creating what it is you want to say with your photography.  We start with your collection of "tear-sheets" and teach you how to analyze and pick apart the photo and what it is you like about them.  We use your photos or can start with a magazine.
  • With a basic knowledge of equipment and getting your hands on the lights- is one of the best ways to get yourself onto a photo-set, become an assistant or get to work with your own jobs.
  • Learn your way around a professional studio set & get your hands on the many choices of lighting available:

           - Hot lights

           - Hollywood style spots and fresnels

           - Booms

           - C- Stands

           - A 3-light location kit with more portable "self-contained head" style lights

           - Use of cto's and ctb's to bounce daylight and hot lights in one photo

           - Color balancing hot lights and strobe

           - Cuculoris

           - Light Modifiers

           - Strobe Power Packs

           - Spotlights, Conical Spot, Grid Spots, Fresnel Spots

           - Reflectors

           - Diffusers

           - Hard Lighting

           - Soft Lighting

           - Beauty Dish

           - Ringflash

           - Kelvin Degrees & Color Metering

           - Self Contained Heads & Location Kits

           - Hand Held Light Metering


  •  Studio Strobe Lighting:  Learn the many choices of light sources: spot lights, umbrellas, light modifiers, soft light, hard light, open heads, bare bulbs, cucolaris, bounce lighting, bounce "v-cards", diffusion, inverse-square law, proper light metering, sync speeds, etc.
  • Make an environmental portrait and light a foreground subject and a matching lit room                                                                                                                                                            


‚Äč"I knew absolutely nothing about cameras or photography before coming into class with Jeffrey.  After taking a private one-on-one course, I feel totally prepared to tackle my photography projects.  


Jeffrey did an amazing job tailoring the class to my specific needs and interests. I love that I did not waste any time on things that did not interest me. I highly recommend taking a class at the NYC Photography Workshop!      -  Morgan H.

                                                      

 We use Swiss made "Broncolor" studio strobe and "Arriflex" hot light systems.  Ring flash, beauty dish, fresnel spots, diffusion, strobe,  hot lights , infrared senders,  honeycomb grid spots,  umbrellas,  Arriflex 1K & 2K fresnels, Matthews "C" stands,  booms, reflector cards, seamless, color gels,  makeup lights & mirror.

"Don't let any of this scare you.  It all becomes a normal dialog for you by the end of the day." JA

Intro to Studio Lighting Intensive

One Day Course - $1075 (mini group/semi-private)

$1245  Private

11:00am to 6:00pm

Maximum: 4 Students

Designed to educate you on how to make intelligent choices in lighting.  Learn to  accomplish what you want to say with your photos using studio lights.  You will be able to create the hard drama or soft emotion that you visualize.  Become versed in the lighting skills that are used by photography studios worldwide and get started on studio sets.  Learn to pick apart photos you would like to be able to light.

Your personal photography consultant available here.
Have an interest in photography that you can't find listed anywhere?  Need advice setting up the photo needs of your business? 
We can create a personal or staff workshop as unique as you desire.
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Hands-On Training In All Aspects Of Studio Lighting