Hollywood. They are the masters of creating great lighting. My brother, Craig Wrobleski, the Director of Photography (DOP), on shows like Heartland and Fargo (www.imdb.com/name/nm0942989/), helped us create a workshop to learn how to use everyday objects that you can get cheaply from Walmart or Canadian Tire, or find laying around your own house, to create amazing lighting for all kinds of photography.
This workshop is all about creating DIY professional quality lighting for both indoors and outdoors using inexpensive tools. We will show you how to use everyday things like bed sheets, flashlights, Ikea lamps, shower curtains, reflectors and even garbage can lids, etc. to create amazing lighting for all kinds of shooting, for things like portraits, pet portraits, flowers, still life, interiors and even landscape. We will show you what they are, when to use them and how to set them up and create really cool Hollywood quality light. After all, if it is good enough for George Clooney its good enough for us:)
You will get lots of hands-on practice using the tools and shooting. We will create a number of scenes with models. Think of it as creating your own portable studio for less than $100.
Who should join?
This workshop is for everyone. You don't need to have taken other courses or be a master of your DSLR. We will walk you through it all to make it simple and fun. After all, that's the Fotoscool way!
Date Time Place Cost
June 17 9am-3pm Bridgeland Community Center/ Calgary $99 (GST Inc.)