We are so excited to be working with Bedford Camera once again on another FREE workshop, this time in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  The schedule and locations are still being finalized, but the presentation of the Five Characters of LIGHT will be 4pm - 6pm inside the store location.  We will then break for dinner and meet up for shooting with Interfit Photographic's amazing S1, XP PhotoGear light modifiers, and Vanguard USA tripods.

Class Description

Light can be found, Light can be created or Light can be blended. How you use LIGHT will define you as a photographer through your images. This workshop is geared towards anyone in photography, regardless of skill level, desiring to push the limits of creative, portable lighting. Isn't it time for you to invest to see LIGHT?

We will walk you through the FIVE characteristics of EVERY light that photographer must consider before hitting the shutter. Once you are aware of these, the understanding leads to controlling LIGHT of ANY scene to create stunning images, picking the right light modifier combination for each situation.

Experience a live product shoot & creative portrait session, learning tips for stunning storytelling through light selection using XP PhotoGear's incredible line of MicroBoxes and SpeedBoxes. What you carry in the camera bag will change how you command light. We will demo the versatility of small flash units to create quality images with impact your clients will fall in love with. Learn about the THREE modifiers to always have on hand to quickly change light from dull to spectacular.

Get your hands dirty practicing with clean light modifiers and SpeedBoxes that go from bag to stand in under 60 seconds. We will give you the tools, easily to understand, to select, setup and shoot dramatic images that will take your photography to the next level.

Don't miss this information packed, hands-on experience that will change the way you see, modify and capture LIGHT.

Special thanks to Jeff Moore from CaptureTV for post-processing this little teaser video.  Be sure to follow the CaptureTV creative crew and website for local, practical photography education.

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