Mini-Workshop | Basic Lighting Part One with Aileen Harding, CPP

  • 07 Apr 2013
  • 11:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • 801 Williams Street, Houston, Tx 77002
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  • This is for the PPGH Meeting only. Dinner is on your own at the restaurant.

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2013 Basic Lighting Part One
with Aileen Harding, CPP

Get ready to join the fun at our first Mini-Workshop of the year! This will be a hands on Basic Studio Lighting Class. Learn to set your Studio Lights for a 3:1 ratio. Bring your cameras because there will be a demonstration and then you will each take turns metering/setting up lights and photographing one another. We will cover Short Lighting, Broad Lighting, Positioning the Main Light at the proper height and Masculine and Feminine posing. 

This is a great opportunity to practice some of those basic lighting skills required for the CPP portfolio review.
Join us on April 7th 
from 1:00 to 5:00 
(or come early for an 11:30 lunch at the Last Concert Cafe across the street) 
801 Williams Street
Houston, Texas 77002
Seating is LIMITED.. Register NOW !!!

FIRST COME FIRST SERVE. All reservations MUST be paid on line when you make them. Those that make reservations without payment will be deleted. This is a limited Class. You cannot reserve a place without it being paid for. NO at the door payments.

Aileen Harding, CPP is a nationally published photographer who opened her Baytown, Texas studio in 2005.  Aileen's work focuses on Senior, Family and Pet Portraiture. In 2011, she became a Certified Professional Photographer. Aileen’s work has been published in industry catalogs and in 2012 three of her images were selected as Loan Prints in the PPA International Print Competition. For her own creative projects, Aileen shoots wildlife and landscape images, three of which won “Best of Show” and first and second place in the Baytown Art League 2011 Spring show. As a devoted wife and mother of three grown children and a former MWAC (mom with a camera), Aileen is keenly aware of the role education plays in developing the technical skills necessary to provide quality imagery and meaningful portraiture. It is her firm belief that her legacy will be the portraits she is honored to create for her client's lasting memories.

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