Friday, March 22 and Saturday, March 23 • 10:00am-5:00pm • Classroom in Glazer's Rentals
Join award-winning photographer Rick Friedman for a two-day, hands-on Location Lighting Workshop™. This intensive and interactive seminar is designed for creative, portrait, documentary, corporate/event photographers and photojournalists, who desire to improve their knowledge of lighting. Rick has taught this workshop in 10 cities across the country over the past year. Come join us for a couple of days of fun and creativity.
This seminar commences with ways to create wonderful light by using a single Speedlight and then proceeds to using multiple strobes. Participants work on creating images with a mixture of strobe and ambient light. The workshop exercises include
- controlling color
- creating shadow
- background for image authenticity
The class discusses the multiple options available by using various types of light modifiers: soft boxes, umbrellas, light panels, screens, grids, snoots, reflectors, gobos and barn doors. The participants will work with different ways to trigger strobe, speedllight, studio light, and learn how to create light to enhance their vision. Rick will also cover the essentials of building your own gaffer kit. This class explains both Nikon and Canon systems.
Rick will also be available for portfolio reviews, so please bring up to 15 images.
Rick Friedman has been a photojournalist for over three decades. Based in Boston, he travels the world for numerous publications, corporations, advertising assignments and film and television productions. His published work appears in Time, Newsweek, U.S. News, The New York Times, USA Today, The Guardian, Der Spiegel, Stern, Discover and many other publications. He has produced over 75 book and magazine covers. Rick has been teaching his Location Lighting Workshops™ for the past ten years and has taught dozens of workshops across the US & UK.
Rick currently serves on board of directors for the Boston Press Photographers Association. He has won awards from the American Society of Media Photographers, the National Press Photographers Association, and the Boston Press Photographers Association. He has work in the permanent collection of the Newseum in Washington, DC, Harvard University and many private collections.