“Creative Studio Photography”


A Photography Workshop

with Robert Harrington


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Join Bob Harrington as he takes you on a photographic journey from past to present in this 3 1/2 hour interactive shooting workshop.
Bob will first show you how to setup and shoot 40’s style Hollywood Glamour using both speedlights with reflectors and continous lighting, and then he’ll take you into the present and show you how to shoot full-length, three quarter length, and then fashion headshots.
There will be two models present to fill two lighting stations. After a brief shooting demonstration, you will have the opportunity to shoot each model in each scene to gain first-hand experience in working with the lighting set-ups and models.
Bob will also show you how to create simple, cheap, and fun backgrounds out of commercially available stock from your local home center. If you are looking to expand your lighting repertoire and develop a fuller knowledge of how to light creatively and effectively, then don’t miss out on this one.

For gear, we’ll be using:

Westcott TD6’s
Rogue flashbenders
Westcott Speedlight Modifiers
Phottix Ares Radio Triggers

Date: Sunday – November 22, 2015
Time: 9:30am-1:00pm
Location: Photo Connection of Colchester (Directions)

Workshop Fee: $59.95
Limit: 24 people (12 per station maximum)


Robert Harrington


About Bob

A lifelong snap-shooter, Bob Harrington decided to take his photography to the professional level six years ago and has not looked back. Bob is a corporate, editorial, headshot, and stock photographer who also specializes in teaching photography and off-camera flash privately and in workshops. Teaching is a large part of Bob’s business. He has presented off-camera flash around the states of Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, and for the NECCC and Chicago PPA. Bob is a firm believer in using speed lights for most of his work and has great success using and teaching these techniques and helping others explore their creative sides.