Photography has always been an important part of presenting the latest designs in fashion. This workshop series given by Gregg Cobarr explores how fashion can be presented using a unique approach – the clothes are just one part of the entire equation, not the entire visual content. Attendees will come away with a different understanding of what is possible in fashion photography and how rules are made to be broken.
In this workshop, the third part of a series of three, workshop attendees will be photographing in several outdoor settings at night, be an integral part of working with the model, explore the many possibilities of nighttime location settings and learn how to effectively create images of a clothing line from a fashion designer.
In this nighttime, location workshop, attendees will be encouraged to develop their own style and at the same time, learn techniques of photographing fashion in a variety of settings using an urban environment. This workshop will pay close attention on how to work with models in very specific types of settings, utilizing the many variables of both available and professional, battery operated lighting during nighttime and experiment with the unique visual ideas that only nighttime can offer. The clothes will constantly be the absolute center of attention.