Dave Montizambert lectures internationally on lighting, digital photography, and Adobe Photoshop. He is also a published author having written two books on lighting and digital photography (www.montizambert.com ) plus numerous magazine articles on these topics in North America, Europe, Russia and Asia. Dave also creates lighting & Photoshop tutorial DVDs for www.software-cinema.com & www.PhotoshopCAFE.com/video and authors “Dave On Demand” (www.montizambert.com) lighting tutorial based photo-training. Dave has created
images for McDonalds Foods, Motorola, Toyo Tires, Tri-Star Pictures, Warner Brothers, Chevron, Cuervo Tequila, J&B Scotch, Hong Kong Bank, Tsing Tao Brewery of China, and No Fear Sports Gear, through his studio Montizambert Photography Inc.
Why You Should Take This Class:
- Learn how to use light to give your images depth, mood, and pop.
- Become confident in your lighting abilities for any and all challenges clients throw your way.
- Learn to use light to express your vision—sculpting light as an artist.
Course Number: 26
Level: All Levels
In this in-depth program international lighting wizard Dave Montizambert will show a small band of extremely lucky participants how to express themselves with light-sculpting, that is using photographic lighting to create amazing imagery for any and all photographic work! Wow!
These participants will learn an incredible lighting thought process that was originated by international lighting guru Dean Collins and that draws from the teachings of Leonardo Di Vinci and from many of the world’s greatest cinematographers. This foundation of light control allows you to create or mimic any style of lighting you see or imagine for photography.
Participants will also learn how to create a standardized digital workflow where exposure, processing, and output are bolted down once and for all—an essential for great lighting. In addition to this many tips and tricks of the trade—such as: lighting different flesh-tones, lighting ratios, accurate metering, simulated sunlight for cloudy days, mixed lighting, multi-light setups, lighting glass, liquids, and chrome, plus how to use ambient, strobe, and constant light—will be covered.