Bert

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Separated at birth….?

Bert Stephani

 

Ray Mears

 

On September the 7th and 8th Bert Stephani will be giving a 2-day Portrait Lighting workshop in London, England.

The Workshop:
On Monday, we’ll start out by going over the basics of light. We’re going to learn to recognize good light and shape bad light into good light.
In the afternoon we are going to learn how to MAKE the light with small flashes and mix ambient light with flash.
Bert will also discuss equipment choices and will squeeze in lots of tricks of the trade. With lots of real life examples and mini-shoots, we’ll make the theoretical part easy to digest.

 

On Tuesday, you’ll get the chance to put everything you’ve learned into practice on a location shooting day. You’ll get some fun assignments, that you will work on in small groups under Bert’s guidance.

 

You don’t need any experience with flash, tons of expensive gear or a degree in photography to benefit from this workshop. The motivation to improve your photography, is all you need.
The main focus on the workshop days will be lighting, but you can ask any questions you like, from technical to the business of photography. 

BONUS:
Those attending will get the chance to win a California Sunbounce Micro-Mini (rrp £120) during the workshop
Everyone who comes will also receive a small pack of colour correction gels big enough to fit their hotshoe flashes
2x 1/4 CTO (Lee 206)
2x 1/2 CTO (Lee 205)
1x Fluor 5700k (Lee 241)
1x Fluor 4300k (Lee 242)
1x Fluor 3600k (Lee 243)

Workshop Location:
The workshop will be held in the heart of Richmond in the Parkshot Richmond Adult Community College (RACC) building – about 2 minutes walk from Richmond station and is also easily accessible by road, tube and bus.
The first day will be in one or 2 of the college’s rooms and we will also have run of the corridors and the gardens too if required. The second day we’ll be exploring different locations in a walking distance in and around Richmond†. On both days the workshop we will gather at 09:30 and start at 10:00 and aim to finish at around 18:00.
 
Directions and other information and forms will be emailed to each participant prior to the Workshop

† Final location to be booked. We’ll update this page once finalised

 Workshop Pricing: 
To celebrate first classes with Bert in the UK, this workshop is temporarily offered at the introductory price of 220GBP*.
 
We may have some models and a make-up artist lined up for our practical day. If they come then they will be with us on a TFCD basis, so it’ll be courteous to supply to them some polished images for their portfolio to thank them for their time
 
* All prices include UK VAT

 

If you wish to book your place on this workshop, please use the Registration/Payment link below.

  

Bert Stephani is an internationally known professional photographer, mostly known for his creative portraiture, commercial work and his lighting style. He’s also a passionate teacher who’s frequently asked to conduct workshops, seminars and lectures in Belgium and the rest of Europe. Bert doesn’t believe in ’secrets’ and is always willing to share everything he knows in his workshops
 
Bert became known initially for his ’Confessions of a Photographer’ videos on youtube where he takes us on portrait shoots and talks openly about technique and the processes going through his head when he’s working.
 
Since then he also started the LIME project with his friend Pieter Van Impe and the mission behind lime being:
Learn, Inspire, Motivate, Experience (L.I.M.E.) A resource for photographers, by photographers.
Their ethos is very much about sharing their experience with other photographers and don’t believe in keeping ’trade secrets’
 

Here’s a sample of Bert and a Sunbounce Micro-Mini in action:

 

If there are no more places and you wish to be notified in case someone drops out,
then leave us your contact details and we’ll email you

 

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