Models @ on-location photography workshops
With the flash photography workshops, we get to photograph models while learning more about lighting and posing. We also look for interesting available light, i.e., “found light” that give an unexpected look. Here then are typical examples of the kind of photographs that the photographers and myself will take during an on-location photo session or workshop with a model. The photographs are a good representation of images taken at these workshops – they include off-camera flash, available light, and video light.
The workshops mostly deal with lighting and posing, and are fun, with a relaxed tempo. We will either use speedlights, or the larger Profoto B1 flash. Some of the photos here were taken with just the available light that we had – if the light already looks good, we use that. If not, we use (mostly) off-camera lighting to get portraits which have a dynamic look to them. Since lighting and posting are inter-connected, we concentrate on that as well.
Since most of the photos here have been used to illustrated various articles on this blog, click through on any image to find out more about how they were shot, and the camera settings and photo gear used.
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1Steve Bishop says
Great source of info. Thanks for sharing Neil.