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online course by Dan Hecho, lesson 4th
The broadcast of the fourth lesson will begin at 14:00 Kiev time (GMT+3) on September 29th.
Below the broadcast there is a chat for questions and comments during and after the broadcast, log in through Facebook for questions and communication.
The backup chat was created in the Telegram application, where you can also ask questions during and after the broadcast directly to me, a link to connect to the chat
https://t.me/joinchat/FMe3KRM9nMl5QUCbc88NAg

If you don't be able to watch it live, that's no problem.
You can watch it recorded, and tape your questions in chat after broadcast.
Lesson 4th start at 14:00 (GMT+3) Kiev time zone, September 29th
Shooting with artificial daylighting (practical photography in the studio)
  • Block 1, about 10-15 minutes - answers to questions on the last lesson, possibly in dynamics and with examples of showing on the model
  • Block 2, 10-15 min - work with one model with one and two artificial lights in one plane
  • Block 3, 15-20 min - work with one model with two and three artificial lights in different planes

Go to the questions and answers for 5 minutes

  • Block 4, 15-20 min - work with two models with two and three artificial lights in different standing planes
  • Block 5, 15-20 min - work with two models with two and three artificial lights in different planes sitting, lying

Go to the questions and answers for 5 minutes

  • Block 6, 20-25 min - work with three models with two and three artificial lights in different planes while standing, sitting and lying
  • Block 7, 10 minutes We turn to questions and answers, since this is the last lesson in the shooting, we identify the questions that are not sufficiently disclosed in the shooting classes and disclose them in the next block.
  • Block 8, 20-30 min. Practical demonstration of answers to questions in the previous block

Go to the questions and answers for 5 minutes

Selection and analysis of the footage - 20 min
(approximate duration of blocks may vary during shooting)

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