Tony has been teaching lighting concepts, theories, and techniques for over twenty-five years and his weeklong workshops on the topic always fill to capacity. In the past couple of years alone, Tony spoke to over 40,000 photographers throughout the world on the topic of light control and his numerous YouTube videos have topped well over one million views. He recently was awarded the Helen Yancy Award for Outstanding Contribution to the World of Photography and has also received the Gerhardt Baaker Award for Excellence in Photographic Education as well as the United Nations Leadership Award.
Rob Hull is a Certified Professional Photographer and owner of Coppell, Texas based Great Photography. Rob started Great Photography over 20 years ago and in that time has offered commercial, portrait and freelance services to thousands of clients. He holds the Master of Photography (M.Photog.) and the Master Craftsman (Cr.Photog.) degrees. He is a member of the Professional Photographers of America (PPA). Rob has been recognized as PPA Photographer of the Year – Silver. He is a Fellow with the Texas Professional Photographers Association and is Past President of the Board of Directors of the Dallas Professional Photographers Association.
Why You Should Take This Class:
- How to NEVER miss an Exposure Again
- How to THINK like a Photographer
- Correct Lighting Tools to Accurately Fit the Task at Hand
Between Light And Shadow
Tony Corbell & Rob Hull
Course Number: 9
Understanding and controlling light quality is at the core of all of Tony’s presentations and workshops. Attendees will learn how to see a unique perspective and not be afraid to push the limits of their experience and talents and move well beyond what they have done over and over.
Corbell and Hull will discuss all types of lighting and its tools in-studio and on-location. Lighting applications include additive, subtractive, reflective and transmission.
Each combination of tool and application will be shown and discussed in detail. Tony will discuss the importance of control in the digital capture and how a few seconds of extra time spent at time of capture can save hours in post production.
Tony always spends time discussing Light Quality as well as Light Quantity and how Light Direction plays a significant role in the resulting mood of an image.