Portraits UnPlugged Workshop in Plymouth/Carver

with Bobbi Lane & Lee Varis

Sun June 5, 2022  10:00 am – 5:00 pm

All workshops now include a post-workshop Zoom critique & processing session

Backyard Studio

Sunday, June 5, 2022

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The Backyard Studio is a creative, easy, and affordable way to make natural light portraits without expensive lights or gear! This workshop shows you how to set up a canopy tent to create “garage door light” and then enhance with the addition of reflectors. This gives you the control and look of studio lighting but it’s all natural. By using reflectors for a main light and a hair or edge light, you can create beautiful professional looking portraits. And it’s all organic!

Bobbi and Lee take you step by step with instruction and demos. We meet in the morning for instruction and shoot with models in the afternoon. The location is Bobbi and Lee’s house in Carver, MA. We are surrounded by trees so you can have a natural background, or we can hang background material to make it just like a studio. Of course, we cover posing and directing, too.

These skills help you take your portrait photography to a higher level. This is one workshop you don’t want to miss!

Cost for Backyard Studio Portrait Workshop is $300 —includes model fees. Limit of 6 participants!

Cost also includes a Zoom meeting/critique one week after the workshop (time & date TBD)

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The dynamic duo of photo-education, Bobbi Lane & Lee Varis, bring two lifetimes of experience, along with enthusiasm and creative techniques to to their fun-filled workshops. Lee is a Photo illustrator and Photoshop Master. He’s shot movie posters in Hollywood, and is the author of  the best selling book Skin. Bobbi, the “Mistress of Light” is renowned for teaching natural and artificial lighting techniques for portraits. Photo Distrct News named Bobbi one of the top workshop instructors. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to learn from the masters

The cost for the workshop is $300 and includes location and model fees, as well as a post workshop Zoom critique session. Limit of 6 participants