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X-Rite Photo has announced two Coloratti webinars for December. On 10 December 2013, commercial and fashion photographer Jon R. Trengereid will be taking a closer look at a few photographs and talk about lighting and postproduction. This session starts at 11a.m. London time. One week later, on 17th December, X-Rite Coloratti Frank Doorhof will be demonstrating everything a photographer needs to know before, during and after a model shoot. This webinar is taking place from 5:30-6.30p.m. GMT.
X-rite Press Release
X-Rite Photo Coloratti Webinars
Tuesday 10 December 2013
Time: (11.00 London)
"A little of this and a little of that" session with Commercial and Fashion Photographer Jon R. Trengereid
We’ll be taking a closer look at a few photographs and talk about lighting and post production and why working on a calibrated monitor is even more important on some images than others.
The right camera for the right job
Feel free to ask the photographer anything during this session.
Tuesday 17 December 2013
Time: (17.30 - 18.30 London)
Everything a Photographer Needs to Know Before, During and After the Shoot with Frank Doorhof
Join commercial, fashion, celbrity photographer and X-Rite Coloratti Frank Doorhof as he demonstrates everything a photographer needs to know before, during and after a shoot.
This is the perfect webinar for anybody who is interested in model photography.
During this webinar, Frank Dorhof, the first European Scott Kelby Trainer, will cover the following subjects:
Photography gear and accessories
Angles of light
Angles to shoot from
Frank will start with a live shoot scenario to let you see how he goes about setting up the shoot, before moving to Photoshop to demonstrate how he does post-processing.