It’s safe to say our first studio photography workshop last month was a huge success. All the late nights leading up to the workshop, changing things up, adding more content in was all worth it in the end.
We had such a fun time that we immediately scheduled another workshop for December 7th. We’ve tweaked a few things, and are busy putting the final touches on the next concept.
You see this isn’t just a learn how to light workshop. This is a complete photoshoot where we take you on the journey from coming up to the idea, planning it, organising, lighting it, shooting it and finally processing the images. Our goal is simple, give you everything you need to know to rock your next photoshoot!
Here’s what some of the participants said about the last workshop.
Excellent workshop…had lots of fun, learnt heaps, lots of practical shooting opportunity
~ Mayland Long
I can definitely suggest this one was a lot of fun and learned a heap.
~ Justin Fullarton
It’s a full on intense day and to push you guys even more, we’ve upped the ante so to speak with the concept we’ll be shooting this time around. It’s going to be pretty unique, probably something you’ve never shot before. I would love to tell you all what the concept is but I’ve been sworn to secrecy. All I can say is I can’t wait to see your images from the day.
As of right now there are only 2 more spots left in this workshop. We keep out class size small so you aren’t rushed, you can ask plenty of questions and you get to enjoy the experience as your learning.
This was one of the most intense, information filled one day, all day photo workshop I’ve attended.
Starting at 9am, ending at 6PM
Very intense, information rich, well paced Studio Workshop run by Mona and Tristan Jud.
Lesson plans by Tristan Jud were well-organized, and paced so that if there were any questions, answers were provided. Concise and informative notes were given for quick and future referral as needed.
Mona Jud gave us instruction on how to gather a library of model poses, and for the shyer ones, advise on how to direct the model to get the photo you want. The workshop attendance was kept to 5 people to make sure no one felt rushed.
After we ran the gamut of poses, then came the ‘hard stuff’, where we learned a bit more about Photoshop (I personally had issues with how to use Adjustment Layers, which were cleared up on the day).
And Bonus: Tristan Jud scheduled a live webcast of the post processing done in Photoshop, allowing everyone who might not have had PhotoShop or Lightroom on their computer on the day another go to learn the photo processing method.
I highly recommend this for the intermediate to advanced photographers, or someone who’s very well versed about their specific camera.
~ Sandra Chung
Brief workshop outline
From Concept to Shoot, a complete workflow
- 8 Lighting Setups
- Professional Model
- Advice on Posing, Styling and Creative Direction
- Retouching session from the workshop images
- Create and Take home a 10 image posing guide
We have the full range of “VC” lenses from Tamron, for you to test, and of course some great deals from Camera Electronics for anyone keen on picking of these fantastic lenses up. The lenses we have are the 24-70 f/2.8 VC, 70-200 f/1.8 VC and the 90mm Macro f/2.8 VC. If there is a specific Tamron lens that you’re wanting to test out just let us know and we can organise it for you.
I want to book one of the last two spots
Cool, head to the booking page where you can read more about the workshop and secure one or both of the last two spots available.