Summit Lighting

Location: Denver, CO

Dates: August 18-21, 2021

Deposit: $395 / Tuition: $1,595

Bring Your Photography out of the Darkness.

Take your photography to new heights with the nation’s top photo lighting experts. Learn how you can vastly improve your photography and make more money by incorporating lighting equipment into your shoots. Don’t just learn about the lighting equipment itself, learn how it can be used in several different settings and scenarios to create unique and desirable photos.

  In this class, you will go on-location into the studio to learn simple/complex lighting setups for studio portraits, how to combine on-location and studio lighting techniques to make creatively lit action portraits and experimenting with light. The Lighting Workshop is for photographers of all skill levels, and lighting equipment will be provided.

What you’ll learn:

The Importance of Lighting in Photography.
Lighting Equipment, Equipment Setup.
High Speed Sync, Action and Sports Lighting.
Studio and Portrait Lighting.
Culinary, Bridal, Fashion, Athlete.
How to Make More Money with Lighting.

What To Know

The workshop classroom will be at the Springhill Suites in Downtown Denver.

A rental car is encouraged. 

During the workshop you will have the opportunity to customize your experience based on what you hope to learn and which shoots are most interesting. 

Topics We Will Cover

Advanced

Lighting

Studio

Lighting

Action

Lighting

Experimenting with Light

2021 WORKSHOP INSTRUCTORS

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Dave Black

Workshop Faculty

A Nikon Ambassador and one of the pioneers in the conversion to all-digital photography, Dave Black is best known for his sports photography including covering Olympic games for more than 20 years for Newsweek. Constantly reinventing himself, he’s currently pushing new frontiers in combining lightpainting and western imagery, photography well suited for a gallery wall.

Joey Terrill - Summit Lighting Workshop

Joey Terrill

Workshop Faculty

Recently appointed as a Nikon Ambassador, Joey is a Los Angeles-based corporate and editorial photographer with a long and varied career in photography. In recent years Joey has migrated towards his passions for environmental portraits and studio/location lighting. A prior attendee of the workshops in the mid 1990s, he’s now a regular faculty member, with a talent for effectively communicating the principles of controlled lighting in terms anyone can understand. His portrait talents are regularly tapped by commercial clients as well as Rolling Stone, Sports Illustrated, People and other leading publications.

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Jen Pottheiser

Workshop Faculty

Jennifer Pottheiser is a commercial photographer based in the New York area. Often photographing with athletes and entertainers, Ms. Pottheiser’s list of corporate, commercial and non-profit clients is a venerable Dream Team. She produces and shoots large scale projects for the National Basketball Association, United States Tennis Association and Memorial Sloan Kettering’s non-profit Cycle for Survival among others. Her images have appeared in countless books, publications and advertisements and her assignments have taken her throughout the world. Pottheiser’s campaign with Goodby, Silverstein & Partners for the National Basketball Association was recognized as one of the best print campaigns of the decade and her work has been acknowledged industry wide including recognition with a Communication Arts Advertising Annual and a Silver International Andy award.

JC Carey

Workshop Faculty - Nikon Professional Services

Joseph "JC" Carey is a dad, educator, traveler, troublemaker, and lifelong image maker. He lives in the NYC area and is the Nikon Professional Services representative for the Northeast United States. After retiring from the New York City Police Department, he had a lighting class bestowed upon him as a gift for his 33rd birthday. That gift changed everything. From someone that barely took pictures of people and knew nothing about lighting he dove headfirst into trying to figure out how to light everything. The last 14 years have passed with him being blessed with a daughter, a career doing what he loves, multiple magazine covers, and with meeting amazing people and trying to create great images of them. The art of photography and taking pictures is his passion but the ability to make a photograph and create his vision is what truly drives him.

Visit his Instagram @JCPhotoMedia
His website is www.jcphotomedia.com

Workshop Information & Itinerary

Workshop Highlights:

Professional Instruction on Lighting, Marketing, Working With Editors, and the Professional Photography Market

Premiere Networking Opportunities

Photograph a Variety of Subjects in Different Settings

Become Exposed and Comfortable With the Full Array of On/Off Camera Lighting 

Spend Several Days With An Amazing Group of Likeminded Photographers

 

Costs Included In Tuition:

Activity Fees, Location Fees, Welcome Meals (details will be on your itinerary)

 

Not Included:

Hotels, Most Meals

Workshop Itinerary

 LIGHTING WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

To view a PDF of an example schedule, PLEASE CLICK HERE.
Keep in mind, we are constantly updating to make every year better.

 

LIGHTING DAY 1

Registration

Will begin at approx. 3:00 P.M.

Tech Talk

Reception

Evening Presentation

 

LIGHTING DAY 2

Basic Lighting Instruction

Instructor Demo Shoot

Group Brainstorm, Sketch, Ideas

Student Work with Models

Instructor Presentation

Social Gathering

 

LIGHTING DAY 3

Upload and Q&A

Critique

Instructor Demo Shoot

Student work with models

Instructor Presentation

Social Gathering

 

LIGHTING DAY 4

Upload and Q&A

Critique

Instructor Demo Shoot

Student work with models

Instructor Presentation

Closing Dinner presented by Nikon

 Ends at approx. 10:00 P.M.