If you’ve been giving serious thought to lifting your lighting game, next month brings Aucklanders the opportunity to learn the ropes direct from one of the country’s best photographers.
Richard Wood, Grand Master of Photography with the New Zealand Institute of Photography, is travelling north on July 12 to teach one of his popular lighting workshops at Grey Lynn’s Kingsize Studios.
The one-day course will cover the principles of lighting, techniques to create ranges of softness and contrast, as well as Wood’s own unique approach to achieving painterly Rembrandt light. The workshop will include studio lighting setups as well as solutions for beautiful lighting with minimal equipment wile on the go.
The hands-on event will also feature a live creative shoot for students to put into practice their new skills and techniques.
The photographer’s recent workshop in Wellington sold out quickly, so head to his website to reserve your spot at the Auckland date now – it costs $350, with a $50 deposit required to save a spot.
The workshop kicks off at 1.30pm on Saturday, July 12 and runs until 5.30pm at Kingsize’s Studio One.
Image: Richard Wood