The famous Rick Friedman Location Lighting Workshop is hitting the road once again. Here are upcoming dates and locations.
September 29, 2013
Rick Friedman Studio, Boston, MA Tuition: $199. Contact Rick for registration and more information.
October 7-8, 2013
Location Lighting Workshop, Calumet Chicago
October 24, 2013
October 24-26, 2013
Photo Plus, Jacob Javits Center New York, NY
November 7-8, 2013
Location Lighting Workshop, Calumet San Francisco, CA
November 14-16, 2013
The Atlanta Journalism Seminar, Atlanta, GA
January 17-19, 2014
The Societies Photographic Convention, London, UK
February 14-15, 2014
Location Lighting Workshop, Calumet San Diego, CA
February 17-18, 2014
Location Lighting Workshop, Calumet Santa Ana, CA
February 21-22, 2014
Location Lighting Workshop, Calumet Ft. Lauderdale, FL
“Quick Location Lighting Workshop” course available for purchase from CreativeLive.
Learn more about Rick Friedman at his blog.
Here’s an update on the Rick Friedman Location Lighting Workshops we’ve been hearing so many good things about. New dates below.
To learn about portable lighting techniques that have enabled Rick Friedman to capture his on location, award-winning imagery around the world, sign up and join in for one of his upcoming workshops. One of the key things that he will share in a “very hands-on way” is how to better control your lighting. This dynamic, intensive, interactive seminar is designed for portrait photographers, photojournalists, corporate and event photographers, wedding photographers, and serious amateurs who want to improve their knowledge of illumination and light. If you attend Rick’s class, you can plan on leaving feeling empowered to capture great images no matter what lighting situation you come up against!
This workshop begins with creating interesting light with one Speedlight, progresses through using multiple Speedlites with many different light modifiers, using grip equipment, adding colors to your images and ends with mixing both Speedlights and studio strobes. Rick teaches using both Nikon and Canon.
- December 12th & 13th Calumet, San Francisco
- December 16th &17th Calumet, LA
- January 15th Unique Photo, Fairfield, NJ
- February 11th & 12th Rick Friedman Studio, Boston
- March 12th & 13th Midwest Photo, Columbus, OH
- March 31st & April 1st Calumet, Cambridge, MA
- April 6th & 7th Calumet, Chicago
- Glazer’s Photo, Seattle
- White House News Photographers Association, Washington, DC
Visit Calumet Location Lighting Workshops for info on “Location Lighting Workshop with Rick Friedman.” To see Rick’s work and read what other workshop attendees say about Rick’s workshops please visit his site.
Location Lighting Workshops with Rick Friedman
November 5th & 6th in South End, Boston, Massachusetts
To learn about portable lighting techniques that have enabled Rick Friedman to capture his on location, award-winning imagery around the world, sign up and join in for this workshop. One of the key things he will share in a “very hands-on way” is how to better control your lighting. This dynamic, intensive, interactive seminar is designed for portrait photographers, photojournalists, corporate and event photographers, wedding photographers, and serious amateurs who want to improve their knowledge of illumination and light. If you attend Rick’s class, you can plan on leaving feeling empowered to capture great images no matter what lighting situation you come up against!
Rick also teaches a small number of one-on-one Location Lighting Workshops.
To register contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-510-5653.
SPECIAL: 10% off on all Calumet brand products at Calumet in Cambridge, Massachusetts within one week of the workshop!
To see Rick’s work and read what other workshop attendees say about Rick’s workshops please visit his site.
What happens when you take 16 working pro photographers, a ton of lighting gear, one location lighting expert, and stuff them all into the biggest barn you’ve ever seen? The place really lights up.
LPA recently sponsored and hosted a location lighting workshop for members of ASMP New England with Boston-based photographer Rick Friedman. Rick’s got the energy dial set to maximum pretty much all the time which is definitely part of his success as both a photojournalist and photo educator. He’s also got a bag full of PocketWizard radios which he puts to work in all his lighting work – both with speedlights as well as with studio lights.
ASMP NE and LPA Design's presentation of Rick Friedman's Location Lighting Workshop at the Breeding Barn at Shelburne Farms in Shelburne, VT. ©Chris Rakoczy
Photojournalist Rick Friedman has been shooting the photos which show us what’s going on around the world for over thirty years. He has had his worked placed in top publications internationally and been responsible for more than 75 book and periodical covers.
Largely known for his lighting techniques executed on location, Friedman is currently undertaking his aptly named Location Lighting Workshop tour. With over 1000 satisfied attendees in the past year alone, this one-day workshop promises to showcase new ways of working with speedlights and PocketWizard radio triggers. He will instruct using both Nikon and Canon systems. Upcoming dates include:
- August 22nd & 23rd Calumet, Philadelphia, PA.
- September 12th & 13th Pocket Wizard, Burlington, VT.
- September 19th & 20th LensProtoGo Concord, MA. Call 877.578.4777 to register.
- September 30th & October 1st Calumet, Chicago, IL.
- October 8th & 9th Midwest Photo Exchange Columbus OH. Call 614.261.1264 to register.
- October 26-29 PhotoPlus New York.
- December 12th & 13th Calumet, San Francisco.
- December 16th & 17th Calumet, LA.
From the official description of the Location Lighting Workshops:
The class explores different ways to achieve the lighting effect you desire for your images. You will learn how to create awesome light with one speedlight and progress to multiple light situations, balancing available light with strobes and mixing speed lights with studio strobes. We will work with infrared transmitters and Pocket Wizards as well as softboxes, grid spots and other light modifiers. You will be guided in color balances, color correction, cross filtering as well as adding and controlling color when capturing your images.
Learn more about Friedman’s photojournalism at his site, his blog and his wedding photography site.