2 Workshops Announced | 2015 Bahamas

Fstoppers Workshops Bahamas

We are super excited to announce two great interactive workshops this May 2015 in the amazing Bahamas at the Atlantis Resort. This will be our second year in a row teaching at this event and we cannot wait to get back! Last year we taught two similar workshops that sold out well in advance so if you are planning on taking these workshops pre-pay as soon as possible or take advantage of the Fstoppers deposit system.

Studio Lighting for Commercial Product & Editorial Still Life

When: 5/13 & 5/14 9am-6PM Atlantis Resort

In this two-day class, commercial still and product photographer Rob Grimm will teach a highly specialized studio lighting class designed to help you sculpt light to create images that jump off the page to grab the viewers attention. As a master of creating heroic images for his clients, Rob’s spent the last 25 years as a creative problem solver, master rigger, and explorer of light to craft very graphic and unique images for his clients. This class will cover the full gamut between building clientele, pricing composition, lighting essentials, set designs for any budget, camera settings, lens selection, building your portfolio, tips to building your prop kit, and preparing an image for retouching.


Shooting Beer, Liquor, Drinks, & Liquids For Commercial Advertising

When: 5/16 & 5/17 9am-6PM Atlantis Resort

In this two day class, commercial food and beverage photographer Rob Grimm will be covering everything he knows about shooting liquids, liquor bottles, beer, glass bottles and splashing liquids for commercial uses. Rob will take his 25+ years of shooting for clients like Budweiser, Jack Daniels, Bacardi, and Grey Goose and translate the essentials into a 2 day workshop.

Course instruction includes the use of essential studio lighting modifiers, the use of ROSCO diffusion, using fake ice, making fake spritz, making fake slush, beer pours, common camera angles, the use of cards with strobes, painting highlights, freezing liquids in splashes, using a duratrans for backgrounds, incorporating props into composition, polarizing highlights, the properties of lighting glass bottles, and a whole lot more. A special emphasis will be placed upon composition and how to create images that evoke emotion to draw in the viewer.