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Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby biggerry on Fri Jan 14, 2011 7:53 pm

Following on from the recent thread which morphed into a Portraiture Workshop

The studio is now booked for the 30th January so we can consider this locked in.

Important Details:

Location:
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42 Maddox Street
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Time:
Arrive 8:15am for 0830 start 1600 finish

Cost:

**edited 20/01/2011
Cost is now confirmed at AUD85 per person, for transparency, this cost comes from $500 for the studio and $200 for the model and $65 for any unforseen extras.


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Some key points:

1. Standard disclaimer, myself or anyone else involved with this will not be liable for any damages or loss as a result of you attending or this Seminar - if things turn pear shaped we will endeavour to let you know as soon as possible and refund any money paid, (minus any non-refundable deposit, if there is one).

2. This is a Portraiture Seminar, not a group shoot - Wendell will be doing demonstrations.

3. This is not a portfolio building session, this is an opportunity to learn from a professional fashion, editorial, advertising and more photographer.

4. Bear in mind you may get either minimal or no time with the model.

5. The cost is to cover the studio, model and munchies. Wendell is working for free! You can thank him later :up:

6. If somethign comes up and you cannot attend you can swap your position with other forum members.

7. Everyone is expected to help cleanup at the end of the day.


Attendees

Currently the seminar is full - Current list of attendees (26/01/2011)

Can we all now please confirm attendence
If you cannot make let me know as soon as possible since there are a few peeps on the waiting list

1. (Confirmed) Wendell
2. (Confirmed) Gerry PAID
3. (Confirmed) Michael (Mj) PAID
4. (Confirmed) David (dviv) PAID
5. (Confirmed) Rodney -(Remorhaz) PAID
6. (Confirmed) Suren PAID
7. (confirmed) Colin PAID
8. (confirmed) Philip - (Sevencolors) PAID
9. (confirmed) Gadgit - (Steve) PAID
10. (confirmed) Bruce - (Ozbeachside) PAID

Syllabus
Here is the proposed syllabus (subject to change without notice)

Wendellt wrote:outline as follows:
Basic Studio setup with 1 key light for portrait and full length
Light Modifiers
- Softbox
- Beauty Dish
- Scrim softbox
- Light constraining with light modifiers: snoot, Grid, Barndoors
- Light Distance to subject angles and light falloff
- Position and angle of lights to create certain flattering shadows on the face
- Controlling the light for certain effects using high flash burst opposed to low powered burst

2 Light setup
- Use of a 2nd light
- Using modifiers to create hair light, rim lighting, backlight flare
- Using 2nd key light to create chisel effect
- Background effect
- Balanced lighting
- Using lighting ratios to create uneven light for mood)
- Using the scrim for subtle fill flash

Constraining Light
- Stripbox softbox
- Light modifiers and techniques

Using the ringflash which is pretty basic
this section also simplifies the whole studio process, there are some complex studio setups to re-create omnidirectional light wrap but the ring flash simplifies this

Getting the best out of your model
This section will be in 2 parts 1st part is working with everyday people and the 2nd is with talent
- Initial interaction with subject
- Getting to know the subject talking to them
- Making the connection
- communicating your ideas to the model
- Direction
- Rollplaying
- Understanding when direction is needed
- Empowering your subject to get the best out of them
- Finding the quintessential aspect of their personality and using it
- Balance between direction from the photographer and models own ability to freestyle
- The incidental moment
- Development during the shoot, photographer and model feedback
and how to use this to make the a good picture better
- How to pick talent things to look for.



Finally, any further discussions about options for tethered shooting welcome.
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby colin_12 on Fri Jan 14, 2011 10:38 pm

I'm still in Gerry.
This will be an interesting day to say the least.
Where is going to be the easiest a cheapest place to park our vehicles?
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby biggerry on Fri Jan 14, 2011 11:02 pm

colin_12 wrote:Where is going to be the easiest a cheapest place to park our vehicles?


From memory, sun studios have a pretty large carpark, failing that it is in the light industrial zone so street parking will be fine.
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby Gadgit on Sat Jan 15, 2011 5:59 am

I can confirm that I will be attending.

Are their any suggestion on what we should bring? I.e. pen and paper to take some notes seems like a good idea and maybe a camera for capturing the setups?
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby Oz_Beachside on Sat Jan 15, 2011 1:15 pm

confirming, thank you.
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby surenj on Tue Jan 18, 2011 11:03 pm

Confirmed thanks! :cheers:
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby Remorhaz on Wed Jan 19, 2011 9:08 am

Ooops - confirmed as well :)
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby surenj on Wed Jan 19, 2011 1:47 pm

I have access to a (oldish) projector (so will bring it along in case there is a way of using it)

Can I confirm that Rodney will be bringing his Macbook with Lightroom?

We need to make sure we have a cable from D3 to Macbook for possible tethering.


Hey Steve,

You should definitely bring your camera (and notebook if you wish). You may get a chance to take a few shots.

It will be upto Wendell's discretion whether you can take snaps while he is teaching. I would assume that continuous video recording (or audio) will be a no-no.
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby Remorhaz on Wed Jan 19, 2011 6:11 pm

surenj wrote:Can I confirm that Rodney will be bringing his Macbook with Lightroom?

We need to make sure we have a cable from D3 to Macbook for possible tethering.


I will, I'll bring my 6M USB cable from D3 to macbook.

I'll also have my video output adapters (to Analog VGA and DVI) and I'll bring my new Spyder 3 Elite calibrator I bought last week.

This means if we have access to a larger monitor we can both plug into it and calibrate if required.

On a side note - I'm not sure but folks may already have monitor calibrators - I meant to mention it on the weekend and offer - however if you don't I'm more than happy for you to use my Spyder 3. I got the Elite version which supports calibrating multiple connected displays, newer LED display as well as projectors.
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby surenj on Wed Jan 19, 2011 6:46 pm

Thanks Rodney.

Damn I just sold a 32 inch LCD. Should have kept it until we did the workshop.
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby biggerry on Thu Jan 20, 2011 8:26 pm

Cost updated - I will send out gerrys rio trip account details.. oops.. i mean banking details in the next day.

Can we please get confirmation from those who have not done so - I am not gonna chase people :wink:
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby surenj on Fri Jan 21, 2011 7:50 am

Thanks Gerry. Looking forward to this one!
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby sevencolours on Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:28 am

confirming that I will be there. Looking forward to an interesting day.
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby Mj on Mon Jan 24, 2011 2:09 pm

ok... apologies for the late reply... after some logistics juggling I can confirm my attendence.
I'll check my email now to see what else I need to do !!!

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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby surenj on Wed Jan 26, 2011 12:50 pm

Could everyone PM me your mobile numbers? I will share this info with Gerry so that we can make last minute adjustments (if required) without having to PM people.
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby surenj on Thu Jan 27, 2011 7:37 pm

*Bump*
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby biggerry on Thu Jan 27, 2011 7:58 pm

surenj wrote:Could everyone PM me your mobile numbers? I will share this info with Gerry so that we can make last minute adjustments (if required) without having to PM people.


good idea, I will PM my number to those going - no phone spammage please :rotfl2:
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby dviv on Thu Jan 27, 2011 11:43 pm

surenj wrote:Could everyone PM me your mobile numbers? I will share this info with Gerry so that we can make last minute adjustments (if required) without having to PM people.

Done :up:
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby biggerry on Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:23 pm

Ok, original thread updated - we are all looking good for Sunday morning

We will have a break for morning tea and then lunch, there is not much at the studio or nearby in terms of food, however for lunch I was going to suggest we pile into the cars and drive up to the southern end of Newtown for lunch, there are craploads of cafes and restaurants there and its only a 5 minute drive, thoughts? I will organise to bring some snacks and nibblies for the morning tea and I could probably do a coffee run in the break if people are desperate for their caffiene injection.

We will probably wind up around the 4pm mark - thats a pretty big day, for everyone, can we get some idea if anyone is keen for a bevvie afterwards or dinner?

Anyone else have anything to add, forgotten anything?

Can anyone get hold of one of those eye-fi cards?
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby gstark on Sat Jan 29, 2011 7:10 am

biggerry wrote:for lunch I was going to suggest we pile into the cars and drive up to the southern end of Newtown for lunch, there are craploads of cafes and restaurants there and its only a 5 minute drive


Gerry,

While it's only five minutes away, I'd suggestion a little caution in that approach: that's 5 minutes each way, plus you need to find parking, get seated, order, and then served. Then eat, pay, etc ... I reckon it might take something like 45 to 90 minutes out of the day's time and end up beign somewhat disruptive.

Might I suggest pizza?
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby colin_12 on Sat Jan 29, 2011 10:59 am

Or some other take away like Thai, fush n chups, or whatever?
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby surenj on Sat Jan 29, 2011 1:46 pm

I am up for dinner etc but it may be a bit too early for food though.
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby colin_12 on Sun Jan 30, 2011 7:29 pm

Well thanks for organising this Gerry and Suren, and thanks to Wendell for his time and expertise. :up:
I had a great day and got to test several things out. Learned heaps too :cheers:
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby biggerry on Sun Jan 30, 2011 8:09 pm

Cracking stuff :up:

it was great to see everyone today! and I for one had one very educational day, from the initial single light setup right through to the PP session there was alot of good information and great examples of how to implement various looks/lighting etc.

Additionally, for me, the exposure to the equipment and also just being able to watch someone who knows what they are doing was invaluable.

The tethered setup (thanks to Rodney for teh lappie and cord) worked beautifully (after a few teething problems) and made things a sh$t load easier to understand and view, this is a bare minimum from now on for this kinda stuff.

Wendell, thanks for your time, it was a long day and I am sure I speak for everyone here in saying thanks for taking time out your busy schedule to do this, especially given you have a full day of work tomorrow and a flight out of the country early on tuesday.

A couple of pictures of Wendell in action. Rodney, could you please post up the groupie shot that would be excellent.

I also want to see surens and colins avatar changed to the appropriate test images of them :rotfl2:

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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby surenj on Sun Jan 30, 2011 9:05 pm

It was a great day!

Thanks to Gerry for great organising and rounding up the troops and making it all happen!

I learnt heaps from the master himself. Thanks Wendell for giving out trade secrets and making it entertaining. I can speak for most others when I say that it was most educational.

Thanks to Rodney for the tethering setup without which learning would have been exceedingly difficult. It was great to see things in realtime in a great display. :cheers:

We have learnt enough to have a bit of a strobist meet in the future. Perhaps we can organise an outdoor meetup ourselves. :? All we need is a few interesting subjects. Fire-twirlers come to mind. :violin:
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby biggerry on Sun Jan 30, 2011 9:14 pm

surenj wrote:We have learnt enough to have a bit of a strobist meet in the future. Perhaps we can organise an outdoor meetup ourselves. :? All we need is a few interesting subjects. Fire-twirlers come to mind.


excellent idea, count me in for this...
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby aim54x on Sun Jan 30, 2011 9:30 pm

Looks like you all had fun!

biggerry wrote:
surenj wrote:We have learnt enough to have a bit of a strobist meet in the future. Perhaps we can organise an outdoor meetup ourselves. :? All we need is a few interesting subjects. Fire-twirlers come to mind.


excellent idea, count me in for this...


With the recent presence of a creepy photographer or two around the USYD SURCAS people I am actually a bit hesitant to ask them again. But I'll dig around and see what I can scrape up with some of honorary members that I know personally.
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby sevencolours on Sun Jan 30, 2011 9:59 pm

A totally illuminating day

I learned a lot, especially how someone who knows what they are doing can use equipment to create great images.

Thanks to all who helped to make it work so well.

To Gerry and Suren for getting it all rolling. To Rodney for a setup that made it easy for all to see

And of course to Wendell for the time and teaching

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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby surenj on Sun Jan 30, 2011 10:37 pm

aim54x wrote:With the recent presence of a creepy photographer or two around the USYD SURCAS people I am actually a bit hesitant to ask them again. But I'll dig around and see what I can scrape up with some of honorary members that I know personally.

Shikes. Thanks for trying again Cameron. In any case, it was just a thought; We should try and brainstorm some other subjects as well.
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby dviv on Mon Jan 31, 2011 8:39 am

Thanks to Suren, Gerry and especially Wendell! I had a great day and learned heaps.

I'm also keen re fire meet - the guys were really cool last time and it would be fun to meet up again. :cheers:
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby Remorhaz on Mon Jan 31, 2011 9:15 am

biggerry wrote:
surenj wrote:We have learnt enough to have a bit of a strobist meet in the future. Perhaps we can organise an outdoor meetup ourselves. :? All we need is a few interesting subjects. Fire-twirlers come to mind.


excellent idea, count me in for this...


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and thankyou all for a fantastic day...

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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby dviv on Mon Jan 31, 2011 9:26 am

Now that's an umbrella! (sorry about WB) :mrgreen:

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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby Gadgit on Wed Feb 02, 2011 5:07 pm

I can only reiterate what has already been said:
Thanks to Gerry and Suren for organising this. To Rodney for persevering with getting Lightroom tethering going. And to Wendell for all the effort, time, patience and sharing your knowledge. I got so many things out of this with many firsts.

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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby biggerry on Tue Feb 08, 2011 8:12 pm

dviv wrote:Now that's an umbrella!


nope thats NASA's new comms for the International space station... :|

per discussions on the weekend, looking at it I reckon its the 6 foot version
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby wendellt on Wed Feb 09, 2011 9:56 am

hi great everyone learned alot

now i need a favour i need all my images sent to me at my email address

im just in the middle of a very important assignment and all involved are bothering me for the images
so please have them sent asap

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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby surenj on Thu Feb 10, 2011 11:13 pm

*BUMP*
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Re: Wendell Teodoro Portraiture Seminar

Postby biggerry on Thu Feb 10, 2011 11:14 pm

Pm sent already.
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