How many times have you tried to take a photo indoors and the light just SUCKS, like a room with no windows, or really small windows. Think of the last time you tried to take a photo in a dimly lit restaurant, filled with yellow light. And what about rooms with colored walls, dark wood paneling or really high ceilings, like a church? What do you do?
Does this give you a bit of anxiety? I remember the days when this would frustrate me! I would cringe as I saw failed-attempts after failed-attempts of my struggle to shoot in the crappy lighting. Thank goodness I’ve figured out how to solve these bad lighting situations, and I want to help you do the same.
Learn how to conquer yucky lighting situations with a couple of my go-to strategies! I will share with you the tricks I do every time I shoot indoors.
In this FREE online workshop, I will go over:
- How to work with available light.
- What to qualities to look for.
- How to manipulate it.
- How to make the most of it.
- Solutions when the available light isn’t working for you.
- When to use artificial light.
- How to use artificial light.
- How to achieve beautiful, soft light, in any situation.
- Universal rules that applies to both natural and artificial lighting situations.
- Easy strategies that will improve your photos, regardless of equipment.
Sign up to save a seat! The workshop will be held on Monday, Nov 11, 12:00pm PST. Double check the spelling of your email address because you will be receiving a link to the online workshop the morning of via email. As an added bonus, all attendees will be entered to win a Profoto C1 Plus*!
** While anyone may attend the online workshop, the giveaway is for US residents only.