- Speed Lighting - Size Matters
June 6, 2015
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
- Telling Stories with Photography
June 7, 2015
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Workshops with Robert Hanashiro
USA Today Photographer shares his stories and skills
Robert Hanashiro has been shooting with USA Today newspaper for over 25 years. He’s shot every Academy Awards, Emmy Awards, and Grammy Awards show since 1990. He’s covered international conflicts in Kosovo and Haiti. Robert Hanashiro is also known worldwide for his online sports photography community SportsShooter.com and he runs the Sports Shooter Academy. Come see his photographs, hear his stories and learn from a legend.
Speed Lighting – Size Matters
Saturday, June 6th from 12-4pm
Hanashiro has been photographing the country’s top celebrities and athletes. Matthew McConaughey, George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Robert Downey Jr., Jennifer Lawrence, U2, Pharrell Williams and the cast of The Avengers movies have all been in front of his lens. Hanashiro will breakdown several of his recent shoots, show time lapse clips of lighting setups and point out what went right and what went wrong. Also during this workshop Hanashiro will conduct demonstration shoots, showing various lighting techniques.
Telling Stories with Photography
Sunday, June 6th from 12-4pm
Documentary photography is about life whether it’s about politics, shot in a war-torn country… or just about your family life at home. We’ll explore using photojournalism techniques to make storytelling images. Hanashiro’s projects ranging from spending a year with the Utah State Women’s Basketball Team to kids trying out for the Olympic luge team to the recent death of his younger brother. Hanashiro will discuss coming up with ideas, camera technique, editing and incorporating video to produce visually interesting multimedia stories.
Workshops are limited to 15 participants each.
To Bring: Camera, extra battery and memory card & lenses.
By purchasing this class, you agree to the terms of the cancellation policy.
Sign up online here or sign up in store or over the phone (310-375-7014).