Tethered Shooting on Location with Scott Davis & Lauren Simons
May 18 @ 10:30 am - 1:00 pm$19.95
Lifestyle photography is in demand for commercial photography today—and with the right planning and tools you can make any environmental shoot a success! Whether its outdoor catalog shots, summer road-trip settings, up in the mountains or out on the shores, or an architectural shoot in a new community, planning for location photography opens up a new set of challenges.
In this session you’ll learn how to plan for location shooting with all the right gear and tools, as well as learn tricks of the trade from an experienced location photographer—how to power all your gear, ensure the critical aspects of capture, color correction as well as how to collaborate with your models and clients!
Join Architectural and Commercial Photography Scott Davis and Tether Tools’ Lauren Simons as they put it all together for you at Pictureline on Monday April 15th. You will learn everything you need to know about capture workflow from experts from the field and the industry.
How to prepare for studio-quality location shooting
Powering up on location
Setting up a location workflow
What hardware and tethering solutions are appropriate for your needs
How to set up a client viewing station
Speeding up post production
Pre-Registration is required: Seats are limited for the event.
10:15 – Meet Attendees
10:30 – 11:00 – Check-in/Socialize
11:00 – 12:00 – Presentation
12:00 – 1:00 – Hands-on/Demo
Scott Davis has had a camera glued to his hand, since discovering the allure of photography as a teenager. His career spans product, lifestyle and architecture/interior work, both as an in-house studio and independent photographer in Salt Lake City. Scott’s passion is mentoring others, building teams, and adopting cutting-edge technologies with a personal motive to advance the Salt Lake City photo industry.
Lauren Simons has been a vital part in working to design and deploy tools that expand the creative possibilities of photographers and videographers. Whether you’re new to photography or a seasoned veteran, working smarter through tethered photography can open-up new ideas, new workflows and a new style of photography for you.