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Learning to shoot in the studio

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Want to learn how best to photograph in the studio?

Would you like to learn studio photography, but have no idea where to start? Let us help you! You rent the studio, bring your camera and we will teach you, one-on-one, the basics of studio photography in practice.

What do you learn?

  • the best camera settings
  • all about lighting and controlling it
  • how do you set the flashes?
  • distance camera - model - background
  • apply Rembrandt light

What do we expect from you?

  • that you bring your own camera
  • that you are familiar with ISO, aperture and shutter speed
  • (you can follow our basic photography workshop possibly prior)

What to expect from us

  • our spacious (total 70 m2, 4.75 m high) bright (daylight) studio with 3 large and high windows facing north
  • long table, bench, coffee/tea, toilet
  • 2 reflection screens
  • standard tripod for your camera
  • basic backgrounds (white/black/grey)
  • Godox QT600IIIM flashlights (3)
  • octa soft box
  • parabolic soft box
  • soft box met grid
  • light boom stand
  • conical snoot
  • 1-on-1 coaching
  • 3-4 hours time

The result

  • you know and understand what is important in a photo studio
  • you know how to flash
  • you know how to bend technology to your will
  • your model is in the picture the way you want it

How does 'learning to photograph in the studio' work?

You rent the studio on an evening, Friday or Saturday by getting in touch viainfo@hanzebeeld.nl. We will then agree on the best time for you. You can also come with a group, please mail with info@hanzebeeld.nl for the best time and programme. If you bring your own person who wants to model, that's ideal. In consultation and for a fee, we can also arrange a model for you. If you would like to learn how to photograph in the studio, please mail us without obligation if you are interested!

Would you like to rent the studio with or without equipment? You can! Then look here and book simply and quickly online your moment.

Tip: use your lunch or dinner at Restaurant de Waag, the oldest catering establishment in the Netherlands and right next to Hanzebeeld.


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Want to learn how best to photograph in the studio?

Would you like to learn studio photography, but have no idea where to start? Let us help you! You rent the studio, bring your camera and we will teach you, one-on-one, the basics of studio photography in practice.

What do you learn?

  • the best camera settings
  • all about lighting and controlling it
  • how do you set the flashes?
  • distance camera - model - background
  • apply Rembrandt light

What do we expect from you?

  • that you bring your own camera
  • that you are familiar with ISO, aperture and shutter speed
  • (you can follow our basic photography workshop possibly prior)

What to expect from us

  • our spacious (total 70 m2, 4.75 m high) bright (daylight) studio with 3 large and high windows facing north
  • long table, bench, coffee/tea, toilet
  • 2 reflection screens
  • standard tripod for your camera
  • basic backgrounds (white/black/grey)
  • Godox QT600IIIM flashlights (3)
  • octa soft box
  • parabolic soft box
  • soft box met grid
  • light boom stand
  • conical snoot
  • 1-on-1 coaching
  • 3-4 hours time

The result

  • you know and understand what is important in a photo studio
  • you know how to flash
  • you know how to bend technology to your will
  • your model is in the picture the way you want it

How does 'learning to photograph in the studio' work?

You rent the studio on an evening, Friday or Saturday by getting in touch viainfo@hanzebeeld.nl. We will then agree on the best time for you. You can also come with a group, please mail with info@hanzebeeld.nl for the best time and programme. If you bring your own person who wants to model, that's ideal. In consultation and for a fee, we can also arrange a model for you. If you would like to learn how to photograph in the studio, please mail us without obligation if you are interested!

Would you like to rent the studio with or without equipment? You can! Then look here and book simply and quickly online your moment.

Tip: use your lunch or dinner at Restaurant de Waag, the oldest catering establishment in the Netherlands and right next to Hanzebeeld.

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