Looks like I'll be back in Bangkok on February 11th for a very special workshop with special guest British Martial Arts actress Selina Lo. Having trained at Paul McCartney's prestigious LIPA Academy and Sylvia Young Theatre School, she is also an accomplished dancer, singer and pianist. From IMDB: Selina Lo is an actress and writer, known for The Prince & Me: The Elephant Adventure(2010), The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption (2012) and Razed (2013).
On the evening we will be going through the usual practices of mastering low light, but on this specifically, we will be focusing on creating scenes from our own film through our own creative minds as a team. I'm sure Selina also doesn't mind throwing in a few action moves as well which will really test our reflexes and ability to freeze action in low light.
Shooting in low light can be a daunting task, and this workshop simplifies the process while ensuring the highest quality results are achieved. While some think that mastering low light is about shooting with fast apertures at high ISO, my workshops prove that there is much more to it. This workshop is also the only one of it's kind, where most night time photography workshops focus on cityscapes with tripod.
The workshop focuses on enhancing your skills to be able to deal with shooting in low light in any situation 'without' a tripod and with amazing results, and instilling confidence in your ability to work in any lighting condition. The course starts off with a 1.5 hour tutorial on all the intricacies of working in low light, and provides a deep insight into the problems and solutions associated with this area. The three main topics cover dealing with ambient light, adding light, and subtracting light, using LED and flash.
This is followed by a practical shooting experience using ambient and LED with the goal of achieving pictures that look dramatic, yet natural. Following the shoot, we then go back and inspect/critique the results together, or on the following day, based on time and preference. This part if crucial for further development. If not suitable this can be done by email or Skype correspondence at no further cost.
While we work with a professional model during the workshop, the aim is to help you develop skills that you can apply in every day photography of friends, family and your chosen creative subjects. You'll learn how to pose a subject to existing light, or add/subtract light to suit a pose or situation - all very valuable tools you'll need to get to the next level.
As a coach my personal aim is to have you walk away with a new understanding and skill set that propels your photography to the next level, and the workshop is followed up with continued communication to ensure this.
This workshop will be conducted in Bangkok on Wednesday February 11 from 6pm-11pm.
Workshop fee: 12,000 baht. There is only a small limited amount of positions so book in fast to avoid missing out.
To reserve a position email me using the contact section above.