Join us at our first Themed Photo-Shoot of 2023 for what promises to be an exceptional day of photography. This Welshot inspired nod, in essence, is a homage to vintage, Victorian fashion with a modern, sassy twist – Think Victorian Industrial meets Mad Max Futuristic. At this Welshot event, with at least four Models (Male and Female) we will be using bustles, corsets, gowns, and petticoats; suits with waistcoats, coats, top hats, tailcoats and spats; and military-inspired garments. Most of the costumes will be bespoke to Welshot, having been made, or adapted, by our Team Creative.As well as our bespoke costumes, we will have at least four different, specifically printed backdrops, that are unique to Welshot – all with an array of props for you to use throughout the day, ensuring you will leave this event with images to be proud of.
This Lighting for studio portraiture using studio mains flash for is a practical, hands on Welshot Academy Evening for all photography enthusiasts wanting to learn how to creatively shoot portraits using flash studio lights. Learning about lighting, and how it works, is the single most important thing you can learn when it comes to your portrait photography. Rembrandt, butterfly, side and split lighting, using grids, getting creative, learning to see (and shoot) in black and white will help you to create, learn and inspire your photography. Your studio mains flash for his photography workshop will be taking place at The Bulkeley Hotel, Beaumaris, Anglesey.
Mains studio flash, off camera flash, photography and period costumes on location at The Bulkeley Hotel – what more could the portrait photographer possibly want or need. At this Anglesey Photographic Academy Evening your models will be wearing authentic costumes from the Cambria Costume House. We will have at least one mains studio flash set up with various backgrounds and props and we will also be using off camera flash on locations in and around the hotel – including the ornate grand staircase and ballroom. Tonight, you will also learn precision, where to place the light, and how it falls on your subject can dramatically affect the look of your image.