Studio and Fashion Lighting

With Photographer Alexander Berg

Duration: 12 Hours

Day and Time: Saturday – Sunday 10:00-17:00

Dates: 18th and 19th May 2013

Fee: 480 TL

Content:

  • Fashion Lighting through the times

… why and how lighting changes over time.

  • What to light for

... Garment or Skin?

  • How to create mood

     Via Your exposure.

  • Guerilla Fashion Photography
    How to get great results without spending a fortune for equipment.
  • Post Production

     RAW vs. JPG – RGB vs. sRGB – Photoshop – Sharpening – White-balance how to use it creatively

Materials:

  • Botebook and Pen
  • DSLR Camera

Lecturer: Originally from Stockholm Sweden, Alexander Berg has lived and worked in New York City for the past 14 years, after previously living in Tokyo and Athens. After graduating from Parsons School of Design, where he now teaches part-time, he assisted Annie Leibovitz, Bruce Weber, and Patrick Demarchelier. Solo exhibitions include “One Shot” at DKNY, as part of a fundraiser for the Whitney Museum, and “One Shot” at the Dangdai International Arts Festival in Beijing and Contemporary Istanbul in Turkey. Other shows include “Nippon – a portrait of Contemporary Japan” at DTW Gallery in Chelsea, “Moments of Clarity” at Sotheby’s and “Celebrities” at the Arthur Danzinger Gallery. He now regularly photographs for commercial clients and international publications, and has photographed two books on Astanga yoga.