New Lighting Workshop – ONLINE! for Photographers – OCF Off Camera Flash

Hello Photographers – just wanted to let you know, we are opening up an online lighting workshop.

How would you like to shoot in any lighting condition even high noon!    This online workshop will be all about bringing a simple lighting setup with you that you will be able to create unbelievable lighting anywhere and at any time.  The workshop is still in production, but here’s a little peak at what was accomplished in just a few minutes in a demo I did for a one-on-one workshop (these are always available and can be scheduled at www.jotte-workshops.com).  Our model was freezing, but she was such a good sport.

So you know all about using natural lighting for portraits?  It’s always a beautiful way to go…..

You may also know how to work with studio lighting….. (if you don’t, check out www.jotte-workshops.com and click on the book tab to purchase the Studio Lighting Naturally book)

Have you considered combining them both?  High noon – remember, that time of day where you don’t find you can possibly get anything without white skies due to harsh lighting?  Here’s an example of the simple pop – almost a 3-dimensional look you can achieve.

I will let you know the tools you will need to achieve this “pop” as well as teach how to shoot in many types of situations – the angles you need to be aware of, the settings, etc.  You will also find creative inspiration and some editing how-to’s.

 

If you are interested, you don’t want to miss getting on the waitlist.  We will be sending out special offers to those who send us a quick email at jodieotte@verizon.net  and let you know first when production on this online workshop is complete.

We will be sharing much more imagery in the coming weeks.

 

 

About Jodie Otte

Maryland Newborn Photographer and Child Portrait Artist, Jodie Holstein-Otte, specializes in unique photography of newborn babies, kids, and families. She works on location in Harford, Howard, Cecil, Anne Arundel, Baltimore and other areas throughout Maryland. She uses both both natural lighting and soft studio lighting techniques.