Workshop 307—Photographing Groups and Metering: $79
You’ve learned to shoot a portrait or headshot – but what about photographing groups of people? Groups present all kinds of challenges – getting the right exposure, getting everyone exposed the same, posing, consistent illumination without shadows on faces, dark complexions, on and on… I’ll show you how to do it right!
I believe good photography starts with good light metering. Nowhere is this more important than in photographing groups. It’s important not to have “hot spots,” and also that everyone receive the same quantity and quality of light. Without a meter, you’re just guessing. Depth of field is very important also. And everyone needs to be in focus!
There’s nothing worse than finishing a group shot only to find out later that only the front row is in focus and the people in back are also underexposed – and not everyone is lit evenly!
Join me for this workshop and learn to take the guesswork out of your group photos – while learning how to use your light meter. Learn how to hold it, read it, calibrate it, and more… So grab a friend and sign up for this informative workshop.
Do you control the light, or does the light control you?
Please bring your camera, lenses, flash, manual, and pen and paper. Thanks
I guarantee you’ll learn a lot and be ready to deliver better images to your clients!
Classes are held in Andy’s studio in Farmington Hills, MI. Class size is kept small – about 10 people – to maximize your learning. Pre-registration is required. First come, first served. To enroll, please fill out the enrollment form. You may pay by credit card or PayPal here. If you pay by check, it must be received 72 hours in advance of the class date. Your seat is not reserved until payment is received. Payments at the door, or the same day as the workshop, are $99.00 and must be made in cash. Sorry, there are no exceptions to the above terms.
Cancellation/No Show Policy: Cancellation credits may only be used towards another workshop. No credits will be given with less than
48 hours notice (or if you don’t show up at all). All cancellations must be confirmed by Andy Greenwell by telephone or email. With more than 48 hours notice you may put the class fee towards a future workshop only. There are no cash refunds.