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Posted On: 18 June 2013 11:47 am
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Interiors Photography Workshop with Scott Hargis

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Event Details:

When: 20 Jun - 22 Jun 2013
What time: 09:00:am - 05:00:pm
Where: Qatar Photo - Building 18

Interiors Photography workshop

A three days workshop covering the fundamentals of interiors photgraphy with DSLR camera equipment, strobes and continuous lighting.
Registration Fee: QR. 1500/-
Seats Available: 15

To Register please send email to [email protected]

Scott Hargis is a location advertising photographer specializing in interiors and architecture. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Scott also shoots portraits and adventure sports. Known for his technical expertise and “can-do” attitude, scott approaches every project with enthusiasm and professionalism, applying creativity and flawless technique to deliver outstanding images under any conditions.

He’s fast, fun to be around and easy to work with.

Who Should Attend

You are a very confident user of full manual exposure control on your camera. This workshop assumes you already know how to use your flashes in manual modes and how to trigger them. You are aiming to consolidate your understanding and improve basic techniques as well as be introduced to some new ideas and techniques that will give you the confidence to experiment with dierent creative outcomes.

What you should bring

* Your Camera
* Tripod
* Wide to medium range lenses (preferably zoom in the 18-40mm range including crop factor)
* Speed light and stand, and/or mono lights, as well as umbrellas. Students will be
working in small groups, so bring what you have, and there should be plenty of gear
to go around.


AFTERNOON 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Location shooting. Scott walks through the location, discusses ideas for shots, identifies 2 or 3 good angles, and then sets up and photographs them, talking through every aspect of the process. Photos are made tethered to a laptop so students can easily see every step.

MORNING – AFTERNOON 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location Shooting. Students break into small groups of 2 or 3 and begin making photos under Scotts’s instruction. We keep the photos relatively simple, focusing more on
composition and basic lighting.

Location shooting. Scott shoots another photo, again breaking the process down step by step. Students again make photos, this time more complex work.

MORNING AFTERNOON 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Location Shooting. scott shoots one photo (complex). Students make two photos,Complex.

Classroom – image collection, review and group critique, post-processing, closing remarks from Scott