Bring your camera for an evening of creativity and experiments at the brand-new ARRI creative space. In addition to one-hour presentation, you will spend two hours shooting along with and learning from Editorial Photographer Kwaku Alston. Whether you specialize in studio or on-location photography, you will walk away from this workshop with the skills and confidence you need to shoot with LED lights and cine-cameras.
As a part of the program ARRI’s speakers will give you a informative presentation to get you up and running with the latest gear: award-winning ARRI SkyPanels that became an industry standard when it comes to continuous LED lighting and ARRI best-selling camera – Alexa Mini.
Learn more about ARRI: www.arri.com
About Kwaku Alston:
Kwaku has photographed some of the most famous faces of our time—from Oscar and Grammy winners to Barack Obama and the First Family. His many and diverse clients include The New York Times Magazine, Time and Essence Magazine, global brands like Amgen, Pfizer, Coca-Cola, Target and Verizon, and media giants such as Universal Studios, Disney, Amazon, Sony Music and ESPN. His portraits have a fresh, unaffected feel, and yet they celebrate the extraordinariness of his subjects, striking a balance
Kwaku’s world travels continue to inform his work and remind him that curiosity, encouragement and sincerity are universal languages.
As the Director of Photography on a documentary titled In Search of Voodoo, he has made multiple trips to West Africa, and is inspired to bridge still photography and filmmaking to tell great stories.
Check out Kwaku Alston work: https://kwakualston.com
5:30pm – 6:00pm – networking and snacks
6:00pm – Lighting and camera presentation
6:45pm – Photographer into
7:00pm – 9:00pm – hands-on shooting session
*please remember to bring your own camera bodies and lenses!