Live Runway & Studio Fashion Workshop
Palm Beach Photographic Center
Course Description: In this fun and fast-paced workshop you will not only get the opportunity to photograph high fashion models one-on-one, but you will be working in the heat of Palm Beach Swim Week runway events. Learn the best techniques to shoot runway images from the photographers’ pit and practice them live during the fashion show each night. You will also learn best practices for shooting high fashion images in a studio setting. Strobes will be used to demonstrate different lighting techniques, from one light to multiple. Become more comfortable giving direction to the hair and makeup team along with posing models.
Day 1: Learn How to Prepare for a Fashion Shoot and keep the many details organized. Learn the best way to capture action on the runway & get what your client wants. Practice the techniques you learned in the studio & classroom, during a live runway show.
Day 2: With the bare bone essentials and dive into how to create stunning fashion images with limited resources. How to use different lighting styles to create mood and atmosphere. We will explore utilizing multiple lights in studio. Practice the techniques you learned in the studio & classroom, during a live runway show.
Day 3: best ways to process and retouch a fashion image. Learn what to look for when retouching, different techniques to find flaws and things your clients might be concerned about. Learn how to photograph product, such as shoes, jewelry, purses and hats on a fashion model. Go backstage and get more experience working quickly shooting the runway models in a studio setting during a live event.
Commercial Success in Florida
Southeast Museum of Photography
September 9, 2015 from 6:30-8:00
Panel Presentation with Betsy Hansen, Ashley McCormick, Ed McDonald, and David Roark
Moderated by Steven Benson
The Alumni Focus exhibition series is a biennial event at the Southeast Museum of Photography in which the Museum presents new work by distinguished alumni of the Southeast Center for Photographic Studies – a consortium with Daytona State College and the University of Central Florida. Since the program’s inception 50 years ago, graduates have taken their place among the nation’s leading photographers.
Co-curated by Dan Biferie, Photography Program Chair; Gary Monroe, Photography Professor; and Juliana Romnes, the Museum’s Interim Director, this exhibition is a celebration of the accomplishments of 17 photographers that studied at the Southeast Center for Photographic Studies between 1979 and 2009 and focuses on alumni that have made Central Florida their home— pursuing, excelling and succeeding in a myriad of commercial photography specializations, from architectural, portrait and wedding photography to fashion, travel and lifestyle.