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Mastering the model shoot : The Light meter
The first video in the “Mastering the model shoot” video range based on the best selling book.
Topics include :
Light meter vs the histogram, using the meter to keep detail in whites and shadows, reflective vs incident, calibrating the meter, where to point the meter, using the meter outside, day to night setups in a flash, shooting film and using alternative apps, how to read the meter, how to setup the meter, calculations for black and white, light in light setup, high contrast setups, moving around the model with proper exposure, how to trigger the meter and much much more.
Run time well over 70 minutes, filmed in 4K video is 1080P.
Live in the UK 2013 : One light can be more than enough
Join me during 2 of the workshops I taught in the UK in the summer of 2013.
In this video you will learn to create stunning images with mostly just one light source and simple modifiers. Learn how to interact better with your model and make the photoshoot go from “ok to WOW”.
Topics covered include :
mixing ambient and strobes, metering (including the tricky spot metering for stunning instant results), vintage lenses on the modern DSLR, coaching the model, styling, finding the right spot, choosing the right gear, natural light vs strobes, story telling, maximizing the location, finding lines and repeating patterns, composition and much much more.
The video is shot in full 1080HD and is filmed from different camera angles so you can really see what’s going on.
Live in the UK will not only learn you new techniques but will also inspire you to look different at locations, it’s a must have in your collection.
Live in New Jersey : Fashion with a glamour twist
A more than 3 hour extravaganza with loads of information on posing models, telling/finding the story, getting the right expression, loads of lighting/metering tips, working with “basic” gear to create wow images without breaking the bank.
This video was shot during a 2 day workshop in New Jersey with multiple cameras to give you a good overview of what’s going on. Included in the video are 2 intense Q&A sessions with loads of tips on : business, social media, websites, shooting B&W, lighting use, working with models, photography tips and much much more... but it doesn’t stop there…. also included is a full Photoshop/Lightroom part with loads of tips and retouching of the images shot during the workshops.
Live in Boston
Follow Dutch fashion photographer, and highly acclaimed instructor Frank Doorhof as he teaches an intense 2 day workshop in Boston USA.On this DVD you see the workshop as it was taught, as if you were there experiencing the workshop yourself.A lot of topics are explained in stunning locations, think about :
Working with the lightmeter, use of colorcheckers, finding the right angle, lens choice, coaching the model, one light setups, working with small flash, working with big flash, how to transform a location from standard to stunning and much much more.
Follow the workshop from a personal Q&A and studio session with small flash to locations like the rooftop of an officebuilding, the Boston harbour, a dirty train and more and learn tricks and techniques that can transform standard images to great fashion photographs. Also included are two bonus videos with photoshoots at night and in Nelson.
Run time : well over 120 minutes
Lots of information on controlling and manipulating light, workshops in LA, many different setups and a full blown theory part. This is the perfect video to start out with.
The successor to Light I.
In this video information on shooting on location, filmed in stunning locations in both the UK and Ireland.
Also includes a full blown theory part. This is the perfect video for people working on location with strobes.
Working with groups, attention for styling and much more that’s what the last video in the Light series is all about. This video will teach you not only the techniques but also how to create THE shot from A shot. Includes the New York workshops.
Guide to modelphotography
A guide to modelphotography teaches you to shoot like the pros. There are segments on working in the studio and on location, plus of course some backstage videos and a slideshow.
This was the first instructional DVD by Frank Doorhof it’s cramped with so much information it could be spread over several releases. You can find the following subjects, and much more: coaching models, studio setups, working on locations, working with ringflash, Fresnel spots, different accessories, softboxes, beautydishes, a light projector, explanation for the different kinds of lights with examples, learning to work with accentlights, adding lights to your model, using graycards, models with glasses, dynamic posing, jump photography and much much more.
This is your ultimate guide to modelphotography.
The instructional parts are app. 60 minutes Add the extras to this and you get a great feature length presentation.
Inside Look I
Learn setups in both studio and on location, and go backstage with Frank Doorhof in several sessions In several example sessions.
Frank Doorhof teaches you how to setup light from very simple one light setups to very complicated setups. But also the mix of available light and flash is demonstrated in several exciting location sessions with stunning models. But that’s not all, learn : how to work with windmachines, smokemachines, how to coach your models, the importance of makeup and styling and ofcourse how to incoörperate this all in your own style.
The inside look series is an exciting way to learn, you will love it.
Running time is over 60 minutes.
Inside look II
Fashion/glamour Inside Look instructional download part 2 includes a lot of topics ranging from: on location work and of course studio work.
Also includes a video on : Calibrating the lightmeter and tips and tricks with the large Elinchrom Octa.
But of course also A LOT more.
run time over 60 minutes on instructions.