Finally, a studio lighting course without fashion models
Other lighting workshops use fashion models to sell them.
Photography books and magazines use sexy girls (and sexy cameras) on their covers.
You get the impression that you’re going to get to meet chicks and get dates if you just buy that course or that camera.
Yes, pretty girls help sell courses and products, I know that! But, I’m more interested in giving you good usable lighting instruction because not all your clients are going to be fashion models.
Your models will more likely be real people who need a good portrait that shows them in the best possible light.
And that’s what I’m going to teach you!
Only $47 for a limited time
This workshop will get you up to speed with studio portrait lighting. Once you know these lighting set ups, you can build on the techniques and get more creative results.
The workshop covers studio strobe lighting set ups for:
- One light portraits using an umbrella
- One light portraits using an umbrella and a reflector
- One light portraits using a softbox
- One light portraits using a softbox and a reflector
- Two lights and a reflector
- Two softboxes
- Setting up a hair light, which is the key lighting technique that separates the amateurs from the pros, and your subject from the background
- Watch a sample course video here
Professional corporate portrait lighting
You will also learn my tried and true professional corporate portrait lighting set up that will give you consistent, multi-purpose portraits every time.
A good portrait is a must for everyone who is in business and everyone who is using online social media. People need a final photo file that can be put to a variety of uses such as:
- profiles on company websites
- newspaper ads when they get promotions
- printed brochures
- blog avatars
- Facebook profiles
- LinkedIn profile photos
- photo prints suitable for framing
- and much more
Only $47 for a limited time
Real people need good portraits too, not just fashion models!
Shooting corporate portraits is a great way to make extra money on a part time basis.
You can set yourself up to do this in a space no larger than 8′ x 10′. I do this in my average sized dining room with the table pushed to one side.
Other lighting courses give you many fancy lighting techniques, and that’s great, but if you need a set up that works every time and is consistent over and over, this is what you need to learn.
Many of the techniques in the workshop can be adapted to work with off camera flash units such as Speedlights, with a few additional pieces of gear and minimal cost.
Once you know how to do basic portrait lighting, you can work on variations for those clients that want something more creative or dramatic, like family and baby portraits, or actor’s headshots.
This workshop teaches you some of those creative techniques so you can take photos that look like these:
Introductory pricing for a limited time
The workshop is still in development, but you can get started taking great portraits with the material that is already in there.
Because of this you are getting the workshop at a reduced rate of only $47.
Once the workshop content is 100% complete the price will increase, so sign up now and start taking better portraits today!
This introductory lighting workshop is taught via tutorial videos, which you can download to keep for yourself and view offline or save to your iPad for mobile viewing.
As usual, you get my 100% no questions asked, money back guarantee, if you are not completely satisfied with the course in the first 30 days.