Learn online how to work with studio light and modifiers!
ABOUT THE EDUCATOR
Mikhail Bazarov, photographer, educator.
🎖Photographing since 2010
🏆 I specialize in working with studio light
🏆 300+ satisfied students in Russia, Europe and America.
🏆 I hold individual and group workshops on working with studio light
🏆 Author of PDF guides and video tutorials on studio lighting
WHAT IS STUDIO LIGHT ONLINE WORKSHOP?
I use a virtual photo studio to teach how to work with studio lighting online. This program simulates the conditions of a photo studio and helps photographers learn to "understand" light.
In the class, I will how to work with the most popular light modifiers for soft and hard light, such as softboxes, octaboxes, stripboxes, beauty dish, reflectors, umbrellas, grids, reflectors and flags. I will explain what each of the modifiers is for and tell you what kind of shooting they are suitable for.
You will learn lighting diagrams for high hey, medium key and low key portraiture. You will learn how to get desirable light for your portraits.
HOW DOES THE TRAINING GO?
The training takes place online via Skype.
For training you DO NOT REQUIRE VIRTUAL STUDIO PROGRAM INSTALLATION.
In class, I will turn on screen sharing mode via Skype. You will see the whole process of working with studio light through my screen. All you need is Skype on your laptop or mobile device.
ADVANTAGES AND OPPORTUNITIES TO LEARN
FULL SPECTRUM OF LIGHT MODIFIERS. ANY LIGHTING DIAGRAM REVIEW
ALL CAMERA SETTINGS
WORKING WITH REFLECTORS AND FLAGS
COLORED BACKGROUNDS, CYCLORAMA, INTERIOR
will understand camera settings, how to work with popular light modifiers, review of lighting diagrams for portraits you like
will improve lighting aspects in portrait photography and learn new lighting diagrams
INDIVIDUAL WORKSHOP'S PROGRAMME
The training programme depends on the student's level and experience in working with light. I use an individual programme for each student. You can send me the portraits you like. We'll go over their lighting diagrams and you'll understand how to make such portraits. You can choose the topics below also.
1) An overview of studio light modifiers and camera settings for working in studio
2) How to simulate natural light with studio equipment
3) Analysis of lighting schemes based on works from my portfolio or other photographers works that you like and would like to learn how to shoot as well
4) Diagrams for high, low and medium keys portraits
5) Answering your questions
6) You can combine the proposed themes or suggest your own