Headshot Workshop | Tyrone Photographer

June 17, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

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 First off, we want to thank all of you that came to our workshop earlier this month. We here at Gobi Photography are so glad you all joined us in Tyrone for this fun evening. For those who were too busy wrestling bears, hanging out with Sasquatch, or doing other things that weren’t half as cool as our workshop, here's what you missed. 

    We had three stations: the first station involved a four light setup suitable for a professional headshot, the second station had a ring-light, the third had a quick light setup with a 7' parabolic umbrella, and at the end we answered questions and give out some helpful tips. Personally, I like the ring-light, because it leaves that circle catchlight in the eyes. It's gives a kind of hypnotic feel, and you can do some creative things with it. We used the ring-light on the photo with the teenager with the Jim Morrison-esque hair. The second photo we used the parabolic umbrella. It is great choice because it looks good in any environment and umbrellas are inexpensive compared to soft boxes or other light modifiers; the umbrellas can be listed as little as $30, so it’s an excellent addition to any home studio.

     If you are ever looking for a studio rental in Fayette County near Peachtree City or Tyrone, you should drop by, because we have that great equipment at The Photographer's Playground located in Gobi Photography's studio! Also Gobi would like to give a huge shout-out for the brilliant facilitators/instructors that helped make this event great: Matt Harrison of Braden Cruise Photography, Charles Plant who has over 40 years of experience in photography, and Roger Sibaja from our very own studio Gobi Photography. Until next time ya'll!

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