One Light Portraiture With Fujifilm and Fred Agho
One Light Done Right with Fujifilm Creator Fred Agho
Fujifilm and Houston Camera Exchange proudly present Fujifilm Creator Fred Agho. In this workshop Fred will showcase simple, easy one light setups and walk attendees through the process of capturing stunning portraits. Class format will be a 45-minute talk, followed by 2 hours of shooting. Fujifilm's Product Specialist Matthew Weintritt will be present with the latest Fujifilm equipment available to borrow. Matthew will be on hand throughout the session to answer questions and help you get the most out of the cameras and lenses.
There will be two separate portrait stations with one light and model each for people to photograph. Fred will highlight the applications of various light modifiers and demonstrate different ways of shaping light. Fred will also share his expertise in working with people and tips on how to light appropriately for various skin tones. For this reason the models will be of differing gender and complexion. Students will leave this workshop with the tools necessary to continue creating professional level images without overcomplicating the equipment aspect of a photoshoot.
Fred Agho is a commercial and portrait photographer that currently resides in Houston, Texas. He started his photographic journey capturing images of his fellow athletes in college. Fred's passion for portrait photography comes from his love of connecting with people, and his hope is to broaden the photography community's perspective on what is considered a great portrait. Fred has worked with notable companies such as Nike, Samsung, NBC, and OWN Network, to list a few. He can be found creating work at his photography studio in Houston, Studio 1306.
Matthew Weintritt is a FUJIFILM Product Technical Specialist and a passionate member of the photography community. With more than 15 years of multi-disciplinary experience, Matt has traveled throughout North America sharing his knowledge and technical expertise in classrooms and through hands-on workshops. Matt is eager to help his fellow image makers in the art of storytelling, and possesses an innate ability to work with any photographer - regardless of their chosen discipline or experience level.