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Adorama Learning Center - Fill Light with Seth Miranda

  • Adorama 42 West 18th Street New York, NY, 10011 United States (map)

Mon, August 6, 2018 5:00PM - 7:00PM

42 West 18th Street, New York, NY, 10011, US

Free Event

Fill light is a crucial aspect of lighting but when it comes to bounce, active, reflect, even negative fill what does it all mean? How does it work and how can we manage it? Understand what light is doing to with the textures of your subjects. Whether it's with one light source or many, this demo presents various tools and techniques while shooting live walking through it shot by shot

Seth Miranda

Seth Miranda's career in photography has been as unique as his images. Having publications under his belt at age 15, he sculpted his lighting technique day and night in the fast-action world of BMX and skateboarding. With experience running the spectrum of all formats of film, experimental/older forgotten processes all the way to today's digital medium, his versatile style has been featured in DigBMX, RideBMX, Juxtapoz, MakeUp Artist magainze and Transworld media publications as well as billboard and print ads for agencies like Deustch. He has assisted legend photographers like Joe McNally on set and also been featured in galleries covering subjects such as punk and alternative lifestyles.

Seth has brought his skill set and experience to the studio to masterfully capture every vision and concept thrown at his lens by the Special Effects MakeUp artists in attendance having worked for MUD MakeUp Designory, MakeUp For Ever, MakeUp Artist Magazine, IMATS, and many more facets of the industry. In his quest for mastery, Seth has also pushed his cinema still style docudrama images outside the realm of photography and into other mediums as stenciling, resin cast, and screen printing. With an endless drive to push, create and collaborate it's safe to say his evolution of work has yet to reach its limit.