Join us in-person for our first Lighting Rodeo in 3 years on Saturday, April 9
Between Covid, reduced budgets, or just the realities of certain shoots or locations, editorial photographers often have to work without assistants these days. In this seminar, Chris will show how he built and uses his kit to give him the flexibility to create award-winning images while working alone where it’s impractical or impossible to roll in with a cart.
The workshop will be held on Saturday, April 9rd at Neponset River Studios with social hour beginning at 8am and the workshop starting at 9am. Lunch will be provided at 12:30pm and the workshop will begin again at 1:30pm and concluding at 5pm. Please register below. Please email the organizers if you have any dietary restrictions and we can do our best to accommodate them.
NOTE: Masks are required
Meet our presenter, Chris Sorensen
Chris Sorensen is a New York-based photographer shooting fine art, celebrity and editorial portraiture, travel, and documentary work who was lucky to escape the corporate world and find photography where he gets to make pictures of interesting faces and beautiful places. He’s been privileged to be selected for American Photography five times, chosen for the Communication Arts Photo Annual three times, and honored by PDN twice. He recently won Third Place in the Fine Art portraiture category of the International Photography Awards. Clients have included American Way, Hemispheres, ESPN the Magazine, MONEY, Wine Spectator, Popular Mechanics, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, Washington Post Magazine, and InStyle. www.chris-sorensen.com
Bring your cameras for a good cleaning!
Shawn Plouffe will be on hand to clean your camera sensor for only $35 per body. Take the pressure off yourself and let Shawn clean it. If you’re not sure if you need your sensor cleaned, take a photo of a white wall at the smallest F-Stop and you’ll be able to see all the spots. It’s NOT pretty.