One Light Studio Workshop
Date: Saturday, 2/10/24
Time: 9am - 11am
Cost: *$250 - includes a future complimentary studio rental + lights (a $175 value)
*members SAVE 20%
Capacity: Three attendees. We're keeping the class small so participants get the most out of this class and time with the model.
Take the fear out of studio lights and be more than just a "natural light photographer" when you discover how easy it is to create consistent, professional studio portraits that increase the value of your brand and boost your confidence.
This hands-on entry level lighting workshop taught by MUSE owner, Trinity Wheeler will teach you, step-by-step, all you need to set yourself up and create stunning strobe lit portraits so you never have to stress about the weather or consistency again.
What you can expect:
A brief overview on the available stands and modifiers here at MUSE.
How to adjust, place and overall setup the studio for a one light portrait.
What settings to utilize on your camera and why.
Time to photograph a model while interchanging modifiers and adjusting light placement so you can see the varying results.
Requirements and Considerations:
Bring a DSLR or Mirrorless detachable lens camera along with your lenses.
Bring a flash (this will be used to trigger the studio lights). If you do not have a flash, let us know, we have them available here.
Have a fully charged battery and empty memory card.
Although this is an entry level lighting wksp, attendees must be proficient with their camera and adjusting f/stop, iso and shutter speed.
*Free hour at MUSE w/ Workshop signup:
We are essentially giving you a free hour + light rental with your lighting course because we really want you to learn, utilize, apply and benefit from this course!
*The complimentary hour here must be booked no later than March 31st (use it or lose it).
About your instructor:
Trinity is not just the owner of MUSE but has operated a successful photography business for 20 years. Perhaps you came across her studio in the El Jardin Courtyard on Main Street, prior to their establishing MUSE. In the span of her career she's covered the gamut of the industry and it's niche's including: still imagery for films, catalogue campaigns, weddings, portraiture and commercial work. Alongside running her photography business, she taught photography at a Junior College for over a decade. Currently, Trinity keeps her "focus" on her portraiture (much in studio) and commercial work. MUSE is a passion project with her husband, Mark Petersen, who is not only a videographer, but a guitar instructor, master motorcycle technician, bassist/guitarist in a reggae band and just overall technical wizard. They both have a passion for assisting others in their journey to enhance their trade. Keep an eye out for Mark's upcoming "intro to video for photographers".