Scott Stramyk, Canon Collective Ambassador

Intermediate Building with Light Studio Portrait Photography – Sydney

Where:SUNSTUDIOS, 42 Maddox Street, Alexandria 2015 NSW
Cost: $99
Skill level: Intermediate
Maximum event size:1-15 people
  • 23 Oct, 6:00PM - 8:00PM / 06 Nov, 6:00PM - 8:00PM
High fashion photography by Scott Stramyk

About the event:

Come along for a comprehensive portrait studio experience with Scott Stramyk from the Canon Collective.

This workshop is perfect for photographers wishing to learn more about studio lighting and studio setups. Gain essential skills on how to create portraits using studio lighting.

You will learn how to build a photograph not only with different backgrounds backgrounds but by using different light sources and modifiers.

During the workshop Scott will demonstrate how to create the perfect lighting conditions for your portrait and also the use of the Canon Speedlight system. Then move to a high end Broncolor studio lighting set up to show the creative differences of these products.

On completion of this course you will understand:

• Portrait photography(action and still)
• Lighting techniques with a vast range light shapers
• How to use manual mode
• Manipulating/Adding/Subtracting light from a portrait
• Working with a professional model

The little details:

Techniques covered:

Portrait Photography, building with light, Lighting

Recommended equipment:

Please bring your SD Card, Camera and Lens. Canon Camera, Lenses, Studio Lighting will also be provided.

Event location:

Meet in SUNSTUDIOS Atrium. Parking is available onsite.

Important Information

General Fitness required, grip sole with closed toe shoe recommended. Where the event takes place outside we can’t control the environment so please take care in your surroundings.

Share your images with us

We'd love to see what you capture! Please share your images from this event by tagging @canoncollectiveofficial or #canoncollective

Your Ambassador

Scott Stramyk

Based in Sydney, Scott’s an experienced photographer who was bitten by the travel bug and never recovered.



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