Shooting portraits with natural light has the power to evoke an ethereal, minimalist style that takes the viewer’s breath away. There’s something so simply stunning about a visually impactful natural light portrait. Whether it’s a soft shadow during the perfect morning light, or a look and feel that seems almost faded, capturing dreamy portraits with natural light is a skill many photographers seek to master.
Old But New!
These days, almost everyone has access to a digital camera in the form of a phone, DSLR or a mirrorless camera. And yet, although we live in an increasingly digital world, there are many benefits to shooting and developing film the old-fashioned way.
Jumpstart Your Creativity
Light leaks, blank shots and happy accidents – these are normal with your first few rolls. But don’t give up! It takes some practice but you’ll get the hang of it. We will introduce basic functions and features - long exposures, multiple exposures as well as some shooting techniques!
Negative Is Positive
Despite modern advancements, we hope that this won't hinder you from creating prints out of your negatives. So go ahead and capture your life on film, make beautiful prints, and even share them online. We will give you tips on how to curate them online!
• Introduction to portrait photography • Tips on using natural light as light source • Shooting tips and tricks
Sign Up. Watch. Win!
1. Sign up to this workshop 2. Watch the live workshop on Photo-Op's Facebook Page. 3. Win prizes. We will draw winners from the sign up list. Winner must say "present" in FB live's comment box.
Mike Sia is a professional photographer who caters to all sorts of photography needs: pictorials for weddings, birthdays, and other special occasions; portraits; food photography; and corporate shoots, among others.
Tao Corporate Center 13 J. Cruz St. Brgy. Ugong Pasig City