Portfolio Builder with KatyB
Sunday 17th February, 2019just £45 per person
Shoot 5 unique sets over 3 hours to add to your portfolio
There are now just 5 spaces remaining on this event.
Katy will be visiting us for her first portfolio builder event at the studio on the evening of Sunday February 17th which is open to just 6 photographers and will run from 5pm till 8pm. She will be modelling up to tasteful nude levels.
Chris Conway is hosting this group event and throughout the evening he will be creating 5 different lighting set-ups which will cover a mix of genres and styles. Click here to see images created on previous events!
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What is a Portfolio Builder event?
Our aim is to take a lot of the hard work and financial outlay out of adding great images to your portfolio. We arrange a top photographer to host our events along with an experienced, professional model. Together they will create several unique set-ups for you to photograph.
The lighting will be put in place on all of the sets, and our host will pass on the camera settings to our attending photographers on each one. Then, one at a time, you will be able to shoot with our model for a few minutes - that may not sound like long, but once everything is set you really don't need much time!
What do I need to bring with me?
Any camera that can shoot in manual mode and has a hot-shoe will be fine. The lenses you choose to bring is purely personal preference, but the majority of our test shots will be taken on a full frame camera with 50mm lens. If you're unsure if you have the right kit, or would like any advice, please feel free to contact us and we'll do our best to help.
I'm only a beginner, can I still attend?
Absolutely! Our group events always have a great mix of experience and ability levels from those photographing a model for the very first time up to full time professional photographers. Everyone is welcome and it's a great way to familiarise yourself with the studio and lighting. It's beneficial if you're familiar with setting up your camera in manual mode (shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance etc), but help will be on hand throughout the event to those that may need it.