Date(s) - Tuesday, February 13, 2018
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Sam Sciarrino is an internationally known Master Photographer who effortlessly puts his clients at ease as he uniquely captures their best moments. Incredible skill and keen attention to his clients’ individual tastes has resulted in a widespread reputation of providing professional work of exceptional artistic quality. Sam holds his Master Photographer Degrees from both the Canadian and American Association of Professional Photographers. A testament to the level of his professional acumen – Sam has been featured in leading photography magazines and is a respected lecturer for the pro photography circuit world wide.
This workshop will introduce participants how to pose individuals and small groups for portraits. This is a skill many of us are called upon to perform for friends and family and, often, we are at a loss when it comes to directing our model(s). This course will demonstrate how to pose your models and show simple lighting setups that can be accomplished with low-cost speedlites instead of studio flash. The workshop will also mention the differences between photographing inside versus outdoors. Sam will demonstrate the techniques with models and you will be able to see the resulting photos. Handouts will be available at the end of the workshop that summarize the techniques demonstrated.
Note: Participants do not need to bring any equipment to the workshop.
This event is fully booked.