This workshop will guide emerging and intermediate photographers on the basics of shooting subjects with dark skin and deep hues of melanin while outdoors using natural light. The course will cover best practices and techniques so that photographers can hone their skills in working more more comfortably using natural light and with subjects who are non-white.
This workshop is facilitated by Cocoa Rae a Rochester photographer who specializes in Afrocentric shapes, vibes, and lighting techniques.
— Recommended ages 12+
— Students should bring their own DSL camera and equipment and be prepared to learn and shoot in an outdoor environment
— Pre-registration recommended, walk-ins limited
— Course fee is non-refundable and cannot be applied to a future class or event.
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About Cocoa Rae
Cocoa Rae is a Rochester photographer who creates captivating portraits of unique and diverse people and captures their true essence. Her style consists of vivid colors, Afrocentric shapes and vibes, as well bold lighting techniques. Rae’s goal is to create a new style of photography that promotes a positive body image and self love.” Learn more: https://www.cocoa-rae.com/