Free Webinar Sept 2: Portrait Lighting Simplified with Brad Husick

Jun 25, 2020  By Richard Rejino
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Join us on Sept 2nd for a free webinar:
Portrait Lighting Simplified with Brad Husick
Wednesday Sept 2nd, 1:30 Central Time (US & Canada)/ 8:30 PM Central European ST

This webinar introduces the concepts of basic portrait lighting using natural light, one light and two lights. It’s designed to help photographers get better portraits at home or in a small setting. The focus is on getting great results without spending lots of money on fancy setups.

  • Using natural light to get natural portraits
  • Types of lights and tradeoffs
  • Using one constant light source for dramatic portrait effects
  • How to use simple reflectors
  • When to use two lights
  • Basic posing of subjects for flattering portraits

Our instructor: Brad Husick is an LHSA Board Member and professional photographer with more than 40 years of experience. Brad’s photos have been published in several magazines and in the New York Times. He was the mission photographer for the first private spaceflight – Space Ship One, and for the launch of the first Ocean Cleanup system in the Pacific. Brad was also a professional sports photographer for three years. He often writes camera, software and lens reviews for online sites and teaches extensively for groups and individuals. Brad is a member of LHSA’s “Ask an Expert” panel.

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Richard Rejino
Richard is the Executive Director of LHSA - The International Leica Society and a part-time professional photographer. He is also a classically trained pianist, writer and published author. His book, "What Music Means to Me" is available from Hal Leonard Corporation.









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