Live Shoot with Jodi Jones presented by broncolor

Presentation, Live Shoot, Q&A
Thursday, October 17, 6-9pm at Within SoDo $100

Come meet New York fashion photographer Jodi Jones as she demonstrates some of her lighting techniques with you in this three hour seminar. Jodi will take you behind the scenes on how she made many of her images and watch her in action as she photographs a beautiful model with a vintage Porsche.

The first part of the seminar Jodi will present some of her images and explain how she created those looks, what lighting she used, and why.

The second half of the seminar Jodi will be shooting tethered with a Hasselblad H5D medium format camera and taking you step by step on her favorite lighting setups. You will get a chance to see broncolor portable Move pack and how to light on location. Jodi will show you many different ways to create mood playing with light and shadow with some of broncolor's amazing lighting modifiers including the Para 88.

The last part of the seminar will be Q&A where you can ask Jodi questions about lighting, photography, and the business.

Jodi has spent over 20 seasons down in the trenches shooting the runways for New York City’s Fashion Week, invited by the world’s most recognized designers including Oscar de la Renta, Betsey Johnson, and Anna Sui to shoot their collections. Her photographs have appeared in Time, Newsweek, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Cosmopolitan, People, and countless others.

"Women On Top" TV Documentary on Jodi Jones

Jodi is regularly hired to art direct and shoot both still images and motion developing imagery and concepts for advertising campaigns, fashion designer lookbooks, beauty products and fashion accessory companies . . . working on both small and large scale productions. Her clients include fashion houses, fashion retailers, cosmetic companies and ad agencies. Jodi also contributes fashion images and editorials to magazines and is a contracted photographer for AP (Associated Press) and ZUMA Press. Jodi is represented by Wonderful Machine.

Jodi owns a 1968 Hasselblad medium format film camera handed to her from Chuck Boa, Richard Avedon's art director.


Find Jodi on the web