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Mastering Mixed Light- Tom Hassler

  • 08/26/2017
  • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • ProPhoto Supply Event Center, 1801 NW Northrup Ave. Portland, OR 97209
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Mastering Mixed Light
A Hands-On Workshop with Tom Hassler


Balancing mixed light sources is one of the biggest challenges in photography. Working hands-on with pro photographer Tom Hassler you will learn how to tame the most difficult situations. You’ll also get to work with a range of pro gear and shoot your own photos with a professional model, both indoors and out.

Some of what we’ll cover includes:

Augmenting daylight for creative effect
Controlling ambient light sources
Working with the latest LED continuous lighting Balancing color temperature – both neutral and creative Over-powering the sun for wild outdoor effects

We’ll experiment with professional lighting equipment, sophisticated light modifiers, different types of support gear and more (access to all the cool goodies in the Pro Photo Supply Rental Department is included.) In this workshop the sky is the limit! 

About Tom Hassler:

Tom Hassler is an award-winning photographic problem solver.  Having worked for top advertising and editorial clients for many years, he is known for always getting "the shot."  A strong sense of graphic simplicity and use of color run through his work.  He constantly shoots for himself as well as professionally, and exhibits his personal photography in custom folios, books and galleries.

Tom is also an established educator in advanced photography, digital processing and fine art printing technique. As a teacher, he enjoys working closely with each student to help improve on existing skills and identify a unique personal style. Tom lives in Portland, Oregon, and teaches at several venues in the area. He also leads photography workshops in the Pacific Northwest, the southwestern United States and in central Mexico.


There will be a mid day lunch break, lunch is on own.

       

This workshop is PPA-accredited; PPA attendees who attend the entire session will receive one PPA merit.

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Mailing Address:
1327 SE Tacoma St #139
Portland OR 97202

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