By on 2010-06-14

Fotolia 2 Fotolia: Workshop feat. Westcott Products

Highlights provided by Martin Luc Ruge of Fotolia Germany

On Saturday we had the workshop and were really lucky with the weather. The days before and after it was raining nonstop – on Saturday it was fantastic! More than 30 participants and 20 models where on the location and shooting on 6 sets the whole day. Your equipment was very useful, especially the Reflectors, Scrim Jim and backgrounds where in use nonstop.

Some positive remarks from Martin on Westcott Products:

“We used Westcott equipment at our microstock photography workshop ‘Fussball 2010 – K(l)ick it like a pro‘ and had an excellent experience. As we were shooting outdoor photography, hence mobility was an issue. Westcott light equipment is easy to handle, solid and absolutely reliable. The setup is just a minute job and transportation from spot to spot was very convenient. Westcott’s bouncers/reflectors made it possible to perfectly brighten our models – just the way we wanted it. Thank you, Westcott!”

Here are some great images featuring Westcott while at the workshop.

Fotolia 7 200x300 Fotolia: Workshop feat. Westcott Products

Westcott Collapsible Reflector

Fotolia 6 300x225 Fotolia: Workshop feat. Westcott Products

2 Participants at the Workshop

Fotolia 1 300x225 Fotolia: Workshop feat. Westcott Products

Shooting and using a Westcott Reflector to bounce the light

Fotolia 4 300x200 Fotolia: Workshop feat. Westcott Products

Using a Westcott Reflector to bounce the light

Fotolia 9 300x225 Fotolia: Workshop feat. Westcott Products

Using a Westcott Scrim Jim w/ Black Net to breakdown the light

Fotolia 10 300x199 Fotolia: Workshop feat. Westcott Products

Using a Westcott Background Stand with a Photo Basics White Background

If you would like to view the final images taken at this workshop, click here!

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