6pm at Crab Island Cantina
If you think you need a lot of equipment
to get beautiful images,
attend this meeting for a change in perspective.
The old masters typically used just one light, and you can get the same kind of results once you know how. You’ll see exactly what you need and what you don’t need to create beautiful images with minimal equipment.
Chuck will show you some examples of on-location work created with minimal equipment, explain the different kinds of lighting available and how to decide what will suit you the best. Next, he’ll show you what he takes with him and share the secrets of how to work with what can be carried-on when flying to an assignment. In the second half of the presentation, Chuck will set up a classic portrait with just one light and one reflector, and add more lights one by one so you can see what each light does. He will also show you his tricks for getting the best from your subjects.
You’ll learn techniques you can start using right away whether you work with flash, strobe, continuous or ambient light to get consistent, predictable, beautiful results every time.
Who is Chuck?
Chuck Vosburgh is a commercial and editorial photographer based in Tampa Bay and does assignments worldwide. Chuck’ has been a freelancer for over 25 years and has worked on just about every kind of assignment you can think of. If you ask Chuck about his specialties, he’ll tell you “If it’s legal, moral, and not a wedding, I’m your guy”.
In addition to numerous awards and honors, Chuck has earned the designation Certified Professional Photographer, Adobe Certified Expert, Adobe Certified Business Partner and Comp TIA Certified Technical Trainer. Chuck also teaches at the Morean Arts Center in St. Petersburg (MoreanArtsCenter.org), the Dunedin Fine Arts Center (DFAC.org) and does his own lighting workshops nationwide.
Chuck lives in his home town, St. Petersburg with his fiancé Pat McGlinchey, also a photographer and their dog, Lucky who has no interest in photography. See more of Chuck’s work at
ChuckVosburgh.com. Chuck also publishes a free lighting tutorial blog at LightingIsEasy.com.