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Creative lighting for wedding and contemporary portraits - a new one day workshop




Press Release:

Award winning photographer Terry Hewlett has introduced an advanced lighting course to compliment his successful 2-day wedding photography workshops.

The Location Workshops are a 1 day Advanced location lighting workshop in Wiltshire using state of the art Elinchrom Ranger/Quadra lighting equipment. In conjunction with the Elinchrom accessories, Terry will carry out a number of bridal/fashion shoots in stunning locations.

On this workshop you will learn how to visualise images in all sorts of situations and locations.

The course equipment required:

SLR Digital Camera Flash gun ( however Elinchrom Ranger/Quadra lights will be provided). Sufficient CF cards for a days shooting, camera Bag, Mono pod or Tripod

Course Level:

This course is designed for those that have a good working knowledge of their camera and it's functions or have already been on the 2 day workshop run by Terry.

The next course runs on the 19th July 2009, Other dates can be added subject to diary and number of delegates. Delegates numbers are restricted to 5 maximum but as few as 2.

The first creative workshop ran recently with Robin and Mike, and both found the whole experience wholly enjoyable. Mike said: it was a pleasure to spend some time with you yesterday! I learnt an awful lot and only hope I can remember the skills when covering my next wedding
- Sarah was great as well!

Course Price: £245.00 Lunch is provided


Image (above) with post production – Great Dane was not part of the days shoot – not enough room in the car.







All images copyright Terry Hewlett

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