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Peter Hurley Headshot Workshops – Detroit
04/07/2017 - 04/08/2017
Head to ProCam on Friday April 7th and Saturday April 8th for two days of workshops in Detroit with Westcott Top Pro and renowned portrait photographer Peter Hurley. Learn all about Peter’s signature headshot look and lighting techniques.
From Zero to SHABANG!
Fri, April 7, 2017
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Every portrait photographer knows the feeling – the scene is set, the lighting is perfect – and the moment you look through your viewfinder your subject looks like the life just got sucked right out of them. Humans beings tend to behave in strange and usual ways when placed in front of the camera and our job as portrait photographers becomes not only to technically capture a quality image, but to coach our subjects toward what Peter considers that elusive SHABANG’in shot!
No one is better at this than Peter Hurley – in fact, he is the master at engaging clients, creating an atmosphere that pulls out their personality and infuses it directly into the image, his constant goal is to take someone with a bland look on their face, and turning it into something captivating.
In this lecture, Peter will discuss his Hurley Headshot System and signature moves for getting a subject to come alive in front of the camera. Learn how to move your subject toward that moment that Peter likes to call a SHABANG!; the instant when adrenalin, emotion and drama all come together allowing you to capture an image that will make the artist inside you stop and say, “wow!”
FREE with any Westcott product purchase (present store receipt at event)
SHABANG’in LIGHT RULES!
Saturday, April 8th 2017
Peter Hurley is doing a full day at PROCAM! Peter will go through a number of his favorite lighting setups and everyone will have a chance to shoot each one. More details coming later, but to get in for a day with Peter for 99 bucks is a steal, so we hope to see you there! Bring your camera, tripod and computer tethering if you tether and notes. SHABANG!
From Peter’s signature headshot look to his portrait work, everything he does stems from his ability shape and control light on the face.