Introduction to Portraits with Rotolight on 3rd May 2019

Introduction to Portraits with Rotolight

Since taking on this brand last year, staff at Clifton Cameras have enjoyed demonstrating and using Rotolights range of products. To show you why we feel Rotolight lighting products are so good we have arranged for Darren Fellows from Rotolight to host a 'Introduction to Portraits' workshop.
 

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Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is for anyone interested in portrait photography, whether you are just starting to explore this genre, looking at a suitable portable lighting system or wanting to understand how to use Rotolight products, this is a great opportunity to not miss.
 

What will happen during the workshop?

This workshop will give you a chance to see how different lighting setups can work for you when shooting portraits, as well as trying out Rotolight's fantastic range of lighting products. We are keeping the size of the group to 15 to allow time for all attendees to try out the lighting and be able to capture some images.
 
The schedule for the day will be as below:
 
  • 10.30 - 11.30 - Introductory presentation
  • 11.30 - 12.00 - Tutorial: Posing a client
  • 12.00 - 13.00 - Tutorial: Using single light setups and hands-on
  • 13.00 - 13.30 - Break for lunch
  • 13.00 - 13.45 - Tutorial: Using a three light setup and hands-on
  • 13.45 - 14.00 - Break
  • 14.00 - 14.45 - Tutorial: Getting creative with soft boxes and gels, including hands-on
  • 14.45 - 15.00 - Break
  • 15.00 - 16.00 - How do we process the images, Lightroom & Photoshop
There will be time for questions and answers throughout the day.
 
  • Introduction to Portrait with Rotolight - Example Portrait
  • Introduction to Portrait with Rotolight - Example Portrait
  • Introduction to Portrait with Rotolight - Example Portrait

Who are Rotolight?

Rotolight's award-winning range of LED lighting offers an array of benefits for your work - with a powerful, high quality continuous light including fully tuneable colour temperature (3150-6300K) and adjustable brightness, you can see exactly how the light falls on your subject and preview the shot ahead of time. The added High Speed Sync flash functionality offers up to 500% more power allowing you to compliment natural light or, with zero recycle time, you can also freeze action! Learn how to use the innovative lighting equipment to suit your portrait photography, whether you're in studio or on location. 
 

When and where is the workshop?

Day: Friday 3rd May
Location: Dursley Store / Town Hall
Start: 10.00am arrive to start 10.30am
End: 16.30
 

How much is the workshop?

£30 per person - ticket price includes the full day workshop, model, a light lunch and access to special exclusive offers if you want to purchase Rotolight on the day.
 
 

Can I bring my own camera?

Yes, this is a requirement to attend the workshop.
 
What you will need to bring with you:
  1. Your camera and lens(es)
  2. A fully charged and spare battery
  3. Your ticket!
 

Who is the Photographer?

About Darren...
 
I'm Darren from Uxbridge, I'm a self taught Photographer, I first picked up a camera when I decided to stop taking part in Motorsport due to a few broken bones but couldn't get away from the tracks and the excitement!
 
I decided to get a camera and start documenting 4 years ago what I saw in pictures. Since then I have photographed all over the world including Australia, Belgium, Germany, Singapore, Spain and all over the UK. Along my journey I have shot motorsport to weddings and everything in between. 18 months ago I joined Rotolight as a Technical Advisor after using the lights personally and saw a value in how the products worked. Since joining Rotolight, I have been in the privileged position to join my passion with work. 
 
  • Darren Fellows from Rotolight
  • Darren Fellows from Rotolight Workshop Behind the Scenes
  • Darren Fellows from Rotolight Workshop Tutorial
 
Event Location: Dursley Store / Town Hall
 
Date of Event: Friday 3rd May
 
Event Capacity: 15 per workshop (10 minimum)
 
Ticket Cost: £30 per person