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5 Day Workshop – Paris

Wednesday 10th May – Sunday 14th May 2017
Stella Studio – 59 Boulevard Pereire, 75017 Paris, France

€2950 – Pay in full or sign-up to a payment plan

Spend 5 days in an intimate hands-on course with Fashion Photographer Peter Coulson. Peter will be teaching and covering everything from Studio Light, Natural Light, Flash Light, Photoshop, Posing, Breaking and Working with Models, Creating your own Photographic Style, Styling, Conceptualising, Digital Workflow, just to name a few things!

Learn more in 1 week then most university courses covers in 2 years! Immerse yourself in Peter’s knowledge and teachings for a full week of learning, creating, shooting & networking. Perfect for all levels of photography, from beginners to seasonal professionals.

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Become immersed in Peter Coulson’s knowledge, creativity, and his incredibly fascinating photographic World, as you experience his 5 Day Workshop – Designed to teach, inspire and reignite your creativity. The five days covers more content then most Photographic colleges teaches in 2 years! The focus is to teach you how Peter works technically, and how he works to achieves such a high standard of emotive, breathtaking and captivating photography; and how you can do this yourself!

Peter is one of the only photographic educators teaching how to create better photos without the expenses of a high-end model, stylists, makeup artist & luxurious location. Creativity is limitless, the skills you will learn can enable this for the rest of your career, setting you distinctly apart & advanced from today’s industry standards.

This intensive hands-on week workshop is now available to purchase in full, or sign up to a payment plan!

Please not price does not include travel expenses or accommodation.

Address: 
Stella Studio – 59 Boulevard Pereire, 75017 Paris, France

Wednesday 10th May- 10.00am-2.00pm & 8.45pm-10.45pm
Thursday 11th May – 10.00am-5.00pm
Friday 12th May – 10.00am-5.00pm
Saturday 13th May – 11.30pm-6.30pm
Sunday 14th May – 10.00am-5.00pm

Day 1

Natural Light & Night time Flash/Constant Light

– Selecting the location
– Working with Natural Light
– See and modify light
– Using Natural reflectors
– Metering for Highlights and Shadows
– Taking photos that do not need any retouching or adjustments
– The do’s & don’t when working with models
– Talking models and communicating during a shoot
– Lighting the Background
– Using Rear Shutter Sync
– See and modify constant light & Off Camera Flash
– The do’s & don’t when working with models at on location and at night

Day 2

Technicals, Studio Techniques & Posing Models

– Digital Work-flow
– Colour Management
– Seeing & Modifying Light
– Tricks to using Soft Boxes
– How to use 1 Light like a Professional
– How to use Multi-lighting
– Beauty & Fashion Lighting
– Learning how to use light so you don’t need Photoshop to make your image pop
– Setting up your own home Studio
– The do’s & don’t when working with models
– Talking models and communicating during a shoot
– Posing models
– Learning how to storyboard and style your own shoots

Day 3

Advanced Studio Techniques, ‘Breaking’ the Model’, Creating your own Photographic Style & Photoshop

– High & Low Key Lighting
– Using Accent Lighting
– Advanced Lighting
– Multi Lighting
– Beauty & Fashion Lighting
– Digital Workflow
– Communicating with Models
– Breaking the Model
– Watch Peter shoot one-on-one with a model like he would during his own shoots
– Getting comfortable and confident as a Photographer
– Planning Storyboards & Styling
– Creating your own Photographic style
– Getting it right in Camera
– Detailed explanation on every tool that Peter uses in Photoshop, how he uses it, and why he uses it.
– Digital Workflow & Raw Convert
– Colour Space
– Layers, Masks and Blending Modes
– Beauty Retouching
– Black & White
– Exporting, Printing & Dynamic Web Images
– Peter’s Tips & Tricks
– PLUS the TIFF files edited from the workshop, as well as previous images Peter has retouched in TIFF format, so you can see every layer!

Day 4
Photoshop & Working with Clients, Stylists, Hair and Make-up Artists

– Refresher on Photoshop
– Learning how to do quick high-end retouches
– Get the chance to retouch your own Photo with Peter assisting you
– Working with Clients
– Get a brief and get to shoot for one of Peter’s commercial clients
– Understanding commercial shoots, expectations and realities on the day
– Working with Stylists and Hair & Make-Up Artists

Day 5
Editorial Photoshoot

– Storyboard on the fly
– Coming up with concepts
– Styling
– Learning tips on scheduling and planning shoots/call sheets
– How to impart your style into the photoshoot
– Telling a story through fashion and photography
– How to make a good photo incredible
– Communication with team
– What to do when everything goes wrong

Week Schedule

Day 1:
10am-2.00pm – Introduction and Natural Light workshop
2.00pm – 1-on-1 Session 1
2.30pm – 1-on-1 Session 2
7.00pm-8.30pm – Group dinner
8.45pm-10.45pm – Flash/Constant Light Workshop

Day 2:
9.30am: 1-on-1 Session 3
10am-5pm – Technicals, Studio Techniques & Posing Models
5.00 – 1-on-1 Session 4
5.30 – 1-on-1 Session 5

Day 3:
9.30am: 1-on-1 Session 6
10am-5pm – Advanced Studio Techniques, ‘Breaking’ the Model, and Photoshop Part 1
5.00pm: 1-on-1 Session 7
5.30pm: 1-on-1 Session 8

Day 4:
10.30am: 1-on-1 Session 9
11.00am: 1-on-1 Session 10
11.30pm-2.00pm: Photoshop Part 2
2.00pm-6.30pm: Storyboarding & Working with a real Client, as well as Make-up Artists, Hair Artists & Stylists.

Day 5:
9.00am: 1-on-1 Session 11
9.30am: 1-on-1 Session 12
10am-5pm: Editorial shooting

Additional Information:

– We strictly allow 12 participants to these tickets.
–  Each participant is allocated 30minutes 1-on-1 with Peter to discuss anything from image critic to business planning
– Lunch and Refreshments included along with a light breakfast.
– Monday night dinner is included
– Professional models throughout the week
– Hair stylist, make-up artist and clothing stylist throughout the week
– Photoshop files retouched during workshop in TIFF format to view all layers
– Peter’s personal Photoshop action set
– Hasselblad cameras & Zeiss lenses provided to use during the week
– Images taken during the workshop can be used for social media, website and portfolio use

What to bring:

– DSLR Camera
– Spare Memory Cards
– Spare Battery
– Camera manuals
– Most of Peter’s work is shot around 85 mm but he does use lenses as wide as 16mm and telephoto as long as 200mm. You are welcome to bring what you think will suit your work best.
– Notepad & Pen
– Laptops are not necessary, but welcome for viewing images taken during workshop
– Spare Memory Cards

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