Masterclass: Mixed Light with Milton Wordley

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Masterclass: Mixed Light with Milton Wordley

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Working with mixed light sources, such as flash, tungsten and LEDs is becoming increasingly popular in both the studio and on location. However to work this way requires a good understanding of light. And once light and the way it works is understood and mastered, it can help in creating natural and often very arresting images.

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Digital cameras have evolved to a stage where it is now possible to photograph in very low and often mixed light with excellent results;.lighting situations that were neither simple nor manageable with earlier analog or first generation digital equipment.
Working with mixed light sources, such as flash, tungsten and LEDs is becoming increasingly popular in both the studio and on location. However to work this way requires a good understanding of light. And once light and the way it works is understood and mastered, it can help in creating natural and often very arresting images.

This Master Class is about understanding light in all its forms.

It is a very relaxed and informal workshop. But you will be pushed out of your comfort zone with a range of exercises over the day. You will be encouraged to start looking at locations and confidently visualise how to light them in a completely different way than you may currently be doing.
Lighting options will be greatly expanded as the class will work with daylight, flash, LED, torch, tungsten and interior down lights. Milton Wordley will share with the you the extensive knowledge he has from his experience in the reportage and commercial world.
Throughout the day there will be discussion mixed with practical. In the afternoon you will return to the CCP to wrap up everything you’ve learned.
The workshop is applicable to all confident camera users, as the features and workflows carry over to all cameras regardless of brand.
Milton will also talk you through the equipment he uses when on location.

Prerequisites

The workshop is applicable to all confident camera users, as the features and workflows carry over to all cameras regardless of brand.

Materials

SLR camera portable flash (with the manuals) and a some other mixed lights to shoot your own examples. Also bring along a notebook and pen to record exposures.

You will be eating lunch at the local pub and using this as your initial location.

Topics covered

  • Light and how it works in it’s various forms.
  • The colour temperature of light, both natural and artificial.
  • Learn how to quickly light your photographs using various fill light types.
  • Practical demonstrations of working with mixed light sources.
  • Getting a better understanding of light and controlling the way it works will help you get the lighting balance the way you want it in your photographs.