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LED Lighting Workshop featuring Rotolight - Liverpool City Centre - COMING SOON

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LED Lighting Workshop -- COMING SOON
Sunday 10am - 4pm Date TBA
Location - Liverpool City Centre (venue to be advised)
Cost - £149 including refreshments
Maximum attendees - 12
To book this workshop please email me at terry@terrydonnelly.co.uk

LED Lighting is the future in photography lighting. There are so many benefits to LED lighting in photography over traditional flash bulb lighting. As a Rotolight Master of Light, Terry will introduce you to this exciting new lighting system using the latest technology from British company Rotolight.
 
Techniques learnt will include getting your light off the camera and is one of the most beneficial lighting techniques you will ever learn. We will show you how to do this in a simple methodical manner, to create stunning lighting effects.
(You will need a camera with a full manual mode and a hot shoe fitting, contact me if you are unsure about this, with your camera make and model)

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The first part of this workshop you will learn about light, how it behaves and how to control it. We will use Rotolight LED lights in both continuous and flash modes to achieve this.

The second half of the workshop will be hands on shooting a model on location utilising and practising what we have learnt in the morning.

We will look at and be shooting with Rotolight LED lights, in a simple and plain methodical way, and the methods used will enable you to replicate what we learn and shoot on the day. 

You will also leave with images you take on the day that can be used in your portfolio and for your own non-commercial use.

Here is an overview of what will be covered on the workshop:
Lighting theory
Limitations to on camera lighting
Getting the most from on camera lighting
Off camera lighting theory
High speed synch
Single light setups
Twin light setups
Multiple light setups
Mixing inroduced light and natural light
Triggers and Modifiers
Working with a model