Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Controlling Natural Light for Better Portraits
A free photography workshop titled “Controlling Natural Light for Better Portraits” will be held Saturday, July 28, from 2:00 – 4:30 p.m. in downtown Denver. The workshop is for intermediate level photographers who want to learn to make better pictures of people by using reflectors, continuous lights and on-camera flash. The workshop will be taught by Denver corporate photographer Dennis Ray Davis, recently of Los Angeles. His photography website displays portraits shot for companies like Google, Hewlett Packard, Columbus Life, Wells Fargo and FedEx.

The workshop will be held at The Block Building, 2990 Larimer Street, Denver, CO 80205, and outdoors in Curtis Park two blocks from The Block Building. The workshop will cover how to use reflectors to control and redirect light from the sun, continuous indoor lights and flash. Local Denver fashion models will be available as portrait subjects throughout the workshop.

Workshop attendees should bring a digital camera with interchangeable lenses, and a reflector if they have one. A shiny silver or white poster board from a drug store makes an excellent reflector. Plenty of free street parking is available on Saturdays at the workshop location. Seating is limited to the first 60 attendees. The workshop is sponsored by LAF Downtown, a Christian fellowship promoting the arts in Denver. Phone 720-999-0494 for additional information, or email

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