Jake Hicks Long Exposure
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The course will be kept to a small group of 9 attendees so there will be plenty of time for everybody to shoot and experience dealing with long exposures for themselves. I have also spent a long time putting together a comprehensive guide that I will be using during the theory part of this workshop. All attendees will receive this via PDF after the workshop so although I welcome you to take your own notes, you don’t need to worry about scribbling things down and miss something important as I’ve done it all for you.
But it doesn’t stop there – after the workshop I will set up a private Facebook group online for all the attendees on the day and we can discuss ideas, share shots and ask me questions that perhaps didn’t present themselves to you on the day. I take training very seriously and I am always more than happy to offer feedback and advice to anybody that attends one of my workshops.
UPDATE: Check out some of the results below from the first Colour & Exposure workshop!
Below is some of the shots from the day that I’m really proud of as well as some of the behind the scenes that were captures as well.
Also, here’s what some of the attendees from the day said about their experience. Very kind words indeed 🙂
“Great day, learnt so much & Jake was comprehensive in his explanations and took lots of time to answer my questions. The cream on the cake was I got so many great images – loved it!” – 10/10 – Gary from Doncaster
“Jake is a fantastic educator and is vert open to the information he shares. Another great workshop!” – 10/10 – Heulwyn from Wales
“What a day, really enjoyed it! A lot of fun. Jake& Dan are a great team and learnt so much – thank you guys” – 10/10 – Gary from Doncaster (There was two Gary’s from Doncaster 🙂 )
“Small groups sizes, lots of shooting time – Brilliant!” – 10/10 – Mike from Portsmouth
“Great value for money” – 10/10 – Paul from Essex
“Another fantastic workshop by Jake. Teaching is spot on and always on hand to help make the most of the experience.” – 10/10 – Tim from Suffolk
“Very educational and relaxed day…excellent” – 10/10 – Dennis from Essex
It’s also worth mentioning that this workshop contains completely exclusive and never released before content. Nothing covered in this workshop is covered in any of my other workshops nor does the imminent release of my Gelled Lighting RGG EDU video contain anything from this workshop.
Frequently Asked Question
What skill level is this Colour & Exposure Workshop aimed at?
The skills and techniques taught in the workshop are aimed at the intermediate to advanced skill levels so a prior knowledge of off-camera lighting is preferred and advised. That being said, if you’re not sure then I am happy to help and advise personally – so by all means get in touch if you’re questioning if this course is for you. It’s also worth remembering that I will be setting everything up for you and explaining it so you will be under no pressure. You will not be tested at the end of the day 😉
Can I share the images I take on the day?
Absolutely, in fact I encourage it. These are your shots that you’ve taken so you may do with them as you wish. The only stipulation is that although sharing on social media sites is fine, you cannot sell these images and use them commercially.
What do I need to bring on the day?
A digital camera and a fist full of memory cards, that’s it! Ideally the digital camera will have a hot-shoe and you can, of course, bring a pad and pen if you’d like to take notes. We will be shooting headshots and 3/4 length model shots so an appropriate lens is also advised. A zoom lens will probably be more convenient but anything from 50mm – 85mm/105mm should be fine.
Is this the best workshop for me if I want to take better gelled lighting shots?
Although I do use gels in this workshop it is not the focus of the day so if you are looking to find out everything there is to know about gelled lighting then why not try my very popular Gelled Lighting Workshop.
Do I need to attend your Gelled Lighting Workshop before this one?
No, although all of my workshops work in conjunction and contain shared concepts and styles they are also stand-alone learning exercises where you can choose to attend one without prior knowledge of the others.
If you have any further questions regarding my Colour & Exposure Workshop then please feel free to get in touch via my Contact page and I will get back to you just as soon as I can.