Are you making the most of your studio lighting equipment? Would you even know where to start with your studio lighting photography?
On the 11th November professional photographer Ion Paciu taught several students how to ensure their Studio Lighting Photography was effective and successful through a range of practical hands on demonstrations. The Studio Lighting Photography Workshop aims to help photographers tap into their imagination, enabling them to get to grips with their camera and lighting equipment.
The Studio Lighting Photography Workshop took place in a studio environment and is perfect for Photographers of varying levels of experience as it teaches you the best practice tools and techniques that every photographer needs to know for Studio Lighting including how to shoot composition and interact with the lovely model on hand!
We were very privileged to have the talented Maria Victoria modelling for us during the studio lighting photography workshop. Maria’s a London based model who certainly enabled the students to let their imagination loose during the day.
Here’s a stunning close up shot of Maria taken by one of the students on the course:
The workshop aimed to walk the students through all of the details you would need in a studio lighting environment, from lighting equipment, lenses and light meters, to backdrops, props and studio setups.
Here is a powerful photo taken by one of the students using a specific lighting scheme:
Photoion’s policy of teaching in small groups means that every student gets the individual attention they need to learn and develop their skills as a photographer. The students learnt how to use various lighting modifiers, such as shoot-through umbrellas, softboxes and reflectors to explore a number of different lighting techniques.
Once the shoot began Ion showed the students further studio lighting developments. A whole host of lighting equipment was provided by Photoion along with the radio wireless transmitters and a selection of backgrounds, light shapers and props. Students could even borrow from Photoion’s extensive range of professional lenses if they did not possess the right lens for their shot!
See more images from this Studio Lighting Photography Workshop below:
If this workshop is something you need for your photography business or hobby then please be sure to check out the courses section of our website, where you will find details on this Studio Lighting Photography Course any many more of our photography courses and work