This session covers three lighting techniques for Art Nude photography. Each technique uses just one light, what makes these lighting setups different to those covered in the other one light art nude workshop is that we do not use studio background paper. The lighting set-ups covered at this session are:
White wall, High-key, large softbox with a bounce board
Grided spot on a boom stand (to shoot a model on the floor)
Gridded beauty dish angled down the wall
The session is a practical session and you will have the opportunity to practice these types of lighting by photographing a model. You will be provided with lighting diagrams for the lighting set-ups taught at this session.
Please note: That we have a number of Art Nude sessions. Each session is designed to teach different techniques, with the minimum of overlap. The sessions can be done in any order and no previous studio experience is required for any of the sessions.
Suitable for: Anyone wanting to learn how to art nude photography in the studio. Your camera must have a standard hot-shoe to accommodate the lighting trigger. You will need to be able to set your camera to manual mode and select an aperture in the range f/5.6 – f/11. No prior studio experience is necessary.