At Saracen House Studio, we're proud to work with renowned photographer and trainer, Andrew Appleton to provide first class photography training in Milton Keynes. Our range of workshops, tuition and photography days offer knowledge on a wide range of topics.
Shooting after dark can be very creative especially when shooting people on the streets of a city. Simple backgrounds become alive with colour and reflections and the decision of when to use additional lighting can dramatically change the look of a shot.
This is a 3 hour workshop that begins with a meet-up to discuss the shoot and then we venture onto the city streets looking for interesting backdrops and light. We will be shooting at high ISO and with wide aperture lenses. Sometimes a touch of flash can make the shot and sometimes it will destroy it. We will also be using the Westcott Ice Lights to supplement the existing city lights.
This workshop takes place in Milton Keynes. We'll not only use the night lights of Milton Keynes but also introduce flash.
Date: Saturday 27th May
Time: 8.00pm to 11.00pm
Knowledge Level: Basic
Location: Milton Keynes
Digital SLR of any make
We recommend a lens that covers 35mm to 150mm on a full frame sensor
A prime wide aperture lens such as a 50mm or 85mm is also very useful
Monopod (not tripod) if you have one
Pen and Notepad
Make sure you bring appropriate clothing and footwear for outdoor shooting, irrespective of weather conditions
If you wish, bring your own refreshments as we will be shooting on location
Images taken on workshops are intended for training use only. Whilst you may use images taken as part of your portfolio, you should make note that such images have been taken, under instruction, on a workshop.
No commercial use of images is possible.
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