Do you want to learn how to create long exposure studio portraits? We’ll teach you how to paint with different light sources to create these stunning, unique portraits in camera, these effects are not achieved with photoshop! These effects are created by using long exposure, we’ll talk you through the camera settings and take some actual shots you can use with our model.
On this training course we will cover:
- Lighting theory, long exposure studio photography techniques and the best lighting patterns for this type of photography.
- We’ll experiment with different light painting tools and look at the unique effects that can be achieved with each. This way you can decide which effects and colours you like best before investing in your own light painting tools.
- How to pose your subjects, be they models or non-models to ensure they look their best.
If you are looking to take part in a photoshoot with a difference, this will get your images standing out in a crowded marketplace.
We have to organise your photoshoot, book models, etc. and this takes time. If you require this photoshoot at an earlier date then please get in contact.
Your Long Exposure Portrait Training will take place at our home studio in Peterborough.
This training course will start at either 9am, 1pm or 5pm unless agreed otherwise prior to booking. We’ll run until finished but they usually last 4 hours long.
You need no prior skills to attend this training course. Please bring your camera with a fully charged battery (and spares), lenses and any accessories that you use frequently with you.
This training session will last around 4 hours long.
The fee and/or deposit you pay secures your chosen date and is only refundable up to 14 days prior to your booked training date. If your booked training date falls within the next 14 days then this is non-refundable under any circumstances. Should you wish to change your date to another we will always do our best to accommodate this so long as we are given more than 14 days’ notice of your booked in training date.