Lets Work on the Best Light for your Wedding Portraits

Masterclass

Presented by Greg Moment

Subject: Wedding Portrait Beginner
Day: Thursday 17th Jan 2019
Time: 13.00 to 15.00 - Masterclass
Main Speaker Greg Moment in room : Bourg

In this intensive masterclass, Greg will show you how to create unique wedding portraits. You will understand how to light efficiently to minimize the post production of all images from the session.You will go through natural light, continuous lighting, strobes and LED lamps. Greg will show you how to create a portrait in a very short period of time if you have to. You will understand how poses require different lighting to create the best atmosphere at the end.

The real aim is to learn how to mix poses, location and lighting in a natural way. Greg will explain how to create a creative lighting and posing at your weddings.

Is posing possible without posing? What could be the best lighting for your wedding images?

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Five reasons to attend this class:

1. You will see how Greg uses various lighting sources to photograph real wedding couples.


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