09 Dec Introduction to Studio Lighting – Feb 8th
Introduction to Studio Lighting
with James Dewhirst
Saturday February 8, 2014
MEETS: 10am – 4pm
LOCATION: Anthony Camera Photography Studio
900 Santa Fe Drive Denver, CO 80204
(Member Discount Available)
Studio – Materials Fee: $20
*This workshop has not met the minimum number of registrants to run. Please contact the Center at 303-837-1341 for more information and possible alternative workshops.
This one-day workshop intensive introduces students to the fundamentals of studio lighting. Learn how to use ambient light, simple location strobe and get an introduction to basic studio lighting equipment. Whether for portrait or still life, in the studio or on location, students learn how to manipulate light and mood to create a desired effect. Students examine a range of techniques and their effect – soft ad warm or bold and graphic. In addition to experimenting with umbrellas, soft boxes, and grids, students become familiar with light control devices, beauty dishes, snoots and 3d reflectors. Students will have an opportunity to work with a wide variety of studio lighting equipment.
Instructor James Dewhirst
James Dewhirst has lived in North Dakota, Colorado and California. He decided photography was his calling upon graduating from the University of Denver after he traveled to see some friends in New Zealand, Australia, and Fiji. While on his travels he photographed 120 rolls of film and figured if he made that many photographs he should look into photography as a career. He then decided to attend Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara where he obtained his Master of Fine Arts in Photography. James is happy with a camera in his hand. Some of his favorite places to photograph are the plains of the Dakotas, barren landscapes and walking streets to capture everyday life. Professionally James exhibits fine art, photographs portraits, and photographs weddings with his wife.