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Beauty Portraits Workshop

Practice On Creating Top Quality Portraits

WORKSHOP DATE: 12/27/2015 at 3Pm PST

Thank You Everyone for a great time!


  • Working with Broncolor strobe lighting

    We use State-Of-The-Art photography gear: Broncolor lighting and hasselblad camera systems

  • How to use different lighting to create a desired look

    Bring an example portrait that you want to re-create with out model in the studio. Bring your own props and decoration. We’ll help you to make the best photo for your portfolio

  • How to use a special effects

    Adding smoke and fog to create a dramatic image, use high-speed action stopping photography to freeze an amazing movement of a model, add colors to the image for more impact

  • Get your images reviewed by the instructor

    we’ll send last 30 minutes of our workshop to review images that you’ve got. be prepared for a serious critique! :-)


Alex Koloskov

Commercial photographer, co-founder and teacher at Photigy.com. Instructor at KelbyOne.com, Udemy.com

I grew up in Kiev, Ukraine where I later attended college and received a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. Needless to say, I’ve never put my degree to work in its specialty. It was a time of economical collapse after the fall of the Soviet Union, where the entire country was in chaos. This was when my “official” education ended. Since graduating I’ve never had any other formal education, all of my skills have been self-taught.

I’m a mix of technicality, innovation and out of the box thinking. I love taking on technical challenges in anything I do, including photography.
As a photographer, I am completely self taught. I don’t know the rules, nor do I care about them. I don’t follow the herd, I do it my way. That’s turned out to be invaluable in what I do. It has allowed me to experiment, see outside the borders, challenge the authorities and create a stunning photography style that is crisp, sharp and crystal clear.
I’m inspired by progress and movement. I’m incredibly persistent and never take “less than perfect” for an answer. If I don’t have the right tools, I’ll build them myself. I like to make stuff happen.

Alex’s portfolio: www.koloskov.com

Workshop Schedule

Total Duration: 3+ hours
  • Introduction and workshop's goals review (starts at 3PM)

    Meet your classmates and have coffee (10 min)

  • Shooting time!

    Get your camera ready and lets start shooting!

    3:10PM – 5:40PM

  • Review and Critique Time

    We’ll review and discuss everyone’s work: what was great, what could be done better, why and how

    5:40PM – 6:20PM

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What I should bering to the workshop?

Please have a camera (DSLR or mirrorless, full or corp sensor), a lens (50-120mm focal length), and a one pocket-wizard compatible trigger (this is optional, but highly desired)
PLUS:  ideas for the look you want to create with the model.

I do not know much about studio photography, will I understand and learn from this workshop? 

Yes, your assisting instructor will answer any of your question and will help you to get to the shooting stage as quickly as possible.

Registration Is Closed. Thank You For Participation!

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