When:
Saturday, 6 July 2019
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Where:
RJ Bradbury Photography & Ian’s Studio
Woodbank Works, Turncroft Lane, Stockport, Greater Manchester, SK1 4AR
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A practical workshop on both high key and low key photography
An RJ Bradbury Photography & Ian’s Studio joint event.

Date: Saturday 6th June
Time: 10am till 4pm (45min break for lunch)
Model(s): Tatiana96 & Laurenph
Price: £55
Spaces: 14  ( Min number required to run the event is 4)

Location:

RJ Bradbury Photography & Ian’s Studio 

Ground Floor
Woodbank works
Turncroft Lane
Stockport
SK1 4AR

For anyone who doesn’t know the two studios are next to each other in the same building, throughout the event you will have access to BOTH shooting areas.

This July Ian’s Studio & RJ Bradbury Photography are bringing you another amazing joint event’s that will combine the resources and skill sets of both studios to bring you great events to enjoy and learn from.

At this event, we will be looking at high key and low key lighting techniques.  Ian will be teaching high key photography in his studio while Rick will be teaching low key in his studio.   In Ricks studio, all the models will be working at clothed levels while in Ian’s studio the levels will be mixed including clothed, topless and art nude.

Ian and Rick will both cover different lighting options along with how we approach the task, why we do what we do as well as tips for working with your model.

NOTES:

  • This event requires a minimum of 4 photographers to run
  • The second model will only be booked if we get 7 or more photographers attending
  • There will be a 45min lunch break – please bring your own packed lunch
  • Tea, Coffee and biscuits will be provided6/7

The two models for this event will be :

Tatiana96 (https://purpleport.com/portfolio/celebrateeverymoment/?referrer=ianbutty) &
Laurenph (https://purpleport.com/portfolio/laurenp/?referrer=ianbutty)

(Reminder: if less than 7 photographers book only one of the two models above will be booked)

Book your space below.

Thank You
RJ Bradbury & Ian M Butterfield