NEW YORK, NY, January 5, 2010 – Artists with a New Year’s resolution to enhance their photography skills have an opportunity to take part in Fotolia U’s Laws of Lifestyle Lighting, held at the Fairmont San Francisco on February 12 and 13, 2010. Led by Kodak Gallery award-winner Judy Host and Institute of Visual Arts Director Eddie Tapp, this two-day intense photographer boot camp features numerous daily photo shoots, demonstrations, and individual hands-on instruction.
Photographers will apply lifestyle lighting techniques through one-on-one training opportunities. The course also covers creating exceptional lighting, how the camera captures light, the importance of lighting direction, and getting the right exposure and model expression needed for successful microstock photography sales.
Registration is limited to 30 spots and tuition is $499 US, excluding transportation, accommodation, and meals. Special Fairmont rates are available until January 30, 2010 for early registrants through firstname.lastname@example.org. To reserve a spot at the Laws of Lighting seminar, visit http://fotoliau-sf2010.eventbrite.com/
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