About Our Workshops

We run workshops on a regular basis out of Pink Panther Studios.

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Our Models
Are experience and professional and are given 1st priority in the studio. We have an in-house MUA that is provided to pamper the models prior to the shoots. 

Workshop Concept
The workshops are led by myself, Toni Wallachy, Orangeroads Photography, for a small group of photographers. There is no more than 6 people at any given time.  This allows for class collaboration, and hands on coaching with lighting set up and set development.  participants are fully encouraged to think outside the box and bring their own flare to the set.  Classes will always run as long as we have 1 person registered.  It's a great way to meet new industry people and expand your network. 
Theme: Usually highly creative and geared towards a look that the model suits. 
What To Bring To The Session:
  • SLR camera
  • A fully charged battery
  • Freshly Formatted Memory Card
  • We recommend you come with shot ideas of your own but we will provide you with help in posing and getting some great images.

Model Release Forms
A model release for non-commercial purposes, signed by the model, will provided to each photographer.  All photographs from the photo shoot can be used for personal promotional purposes in your portfolio, on the web, in print media such post cards.  Images prints can also be produced and sold in gallery settings.

Who Should Attend?

Whether you're a seasoned photographer looking to freshen up your portfolio, just starting out your career in photography, a hobbyist who wants to learn some new skills, all our workshops are comfortably structured to suit all levels.
Please note that in order to attend and use the off camera strobes, your DSLR camera must have a flash hot-shoe for the wireless transmitter. Please consult your manual to see if your camera qualifies before signing up.
DSLR Sony Owners: These great camera’s use a proprietary hot shoe for the pocket wizard, The studio now has a hot shoe converter to accommodate your camera.
There is free parking after 6 pm on weekdays and weekends.