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Full day Intensive Studio photography work shop with Jeff Chen


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Hello guys!

It's been a long time since my last workshop, and by request I decided to hold one again!
I'd like to invite you to spend a day with me , as i go through some of my favourite lighting setups that i use for my editorial and commercial shoots.

A little bit about me , I am a professional photographer with 8 years of experience, my Genres of Photography include Fashion, commercial and Product photography.
Here is my facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/pages/jeff-chen/164449414757?ref=hl

I would appreciate it if you guys can take a look at my works and "like" my page.

now more about the workshop.


My workshop will be divided into 3 parts.

1st part: This will be a tutorial about some of the lighting accessories I like to use during my work.
I want to show you the classic lighting styles, and share some of my insights on it.
How to quickly light up a subject with 1,2,3 or even MORE lights!
show you some of my lighting "Cheat codes".

2nd Part : this will be a photoshoot with a model, we'll be putting into use the lighting setup that we built on the 1st segment.
i'll teach you what to look out for , when the model is on set, and how to trouble shoot some lighting issues.
also i will be sharing with you some of the techniques and methods i use , to communicate and direct the model.

3rd Part : this is where the magic happens, the "DIGITAL DARKROOM".
I want to share with you some of my favourite techniques and tips I use to achieve that Editorial magazine look.


WORK SHOP DETAILS:

Time and Date: 28th Sept 2013 (Sat) 11AM

Location: to be announced to confirmed participants

Duration:6 hours inclusive of 1 hour break

Skill level: intermediate to advanced

Maximum number of participants :15

Things to bring: DSLR with 24-70mm (or equivalent lens), Writing materials, Sense of Humour(very important).

Cost :$150

To Confirm placement ,please transfer the workshop fee of $150 to POSB savings account 139-14277-2

Sincerely

Jeff Chen
 

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here are some testimonies from participants of my previous workshops

"I still remember being a newbie, really hav limited knowledge of lighting.

Jeff has a small private class that give us chance to practice different lighting style n how to direct models during shoot.
He also prepared straight to the point power point for us to grasp the technique of the use of different modifier n PP.

Eventually it's about practice after we learnt n fine tune our technique.

Practice makes perfect, Jeff occasionally will look through our works n gave us some opinions n at times give me pointers to my different theme shoot n how the lighting can be improved.

My first Harpers bazaar shoot I still remember Jeff dropped by n gave me some pointers that time. I really appreciate it, although I didn't enter the finals but I also learnt alot from him.
It's a good learning experience to join Jeff class."-Leonard Chua (Pix.Storyphotography) Harper's Bazaar Fashion Photo award Honorary mention recipient.

"Whatever I know, I learnt from him in the past. Well worth going.

If u want to know abt studio lighting and photoshop... This is the class to go"-Roy Chuang, Photographer and workshop participant
 

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Dear Jeff,

Will you be teaching on Strobe or continuos lighting setup.
What is the lighting used during the shoot session?
What is the software that you use during session 3 on post processing?

Thanks
Ernest
 

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hi Ernestho , thanks for the question, i realised i wasnt very clear on my write up,

I'll be using strobe light.
i assume your question means what sort of setup i'll be using? i'll most probably use a 3 to four light setup similiar the the ones i use in my commercial shoot.
For post processing i'll be using Adobe Photoshop.

thank you
 

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